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1968 Ole Miss 

University of Mississippi 



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in 2013 



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1968 Ole Miss 

University of Mississippi 

University, Mississippi 

Volume 74 



Contents 



Opening Section 


1 


Student Governmnet 33 


Honoraries 


53 


Organizations 


81 


Military 


107 


Greeks 


131 


Features 


193 


Athletics 


213 


Academics 


257 


Classes 


283 


Advertisements 




and Directory 


355 




The Years Beginning 
Rushes In 

"Great guv ... goob ... natural for Homecoming 
Oueen ' pig ■ • • wonderful Christian . . . stud . . . 
loser . . ". everything at Boy's State . . everything at Mur- 
rah . . . screw Murrah . . . poor background . . shady 
rep . looks Syrian . . . ASB President in 70 . . . hood 
Carrier Scholar . . . shakes hands like a wet rag . . . 
All Conference . . . my God— she's a legacy ... too much 
make-up . . . falsies ... has he committed to anyone? . . . 
no, it's between us and the Delta Psi's ..." 

And on and on until out of the early morning cut sessions 
— a pledge class is born . . . 

"Got everybody we wanted . . . quality not quantity . . . 
we wanna stay small ... so many great people coming 
through, had to bid 'em all . . ." And the Greek world 
is once more infused with vibrant new life and a wealth 
of new closet cases. 




You say Sigma Nu doesn't have a HelL Week. 




You i an'l keep the baby and your sorority pin 




Fast Eddy fast-talking the Dean. 



And With It 
Comes Red Tape 

OFF-BROADWAY PRODUCTION OF "REGIS- 
TRATION" FOLDS AFTER TWO DAYS— MOST 
CRITICS PLEASED 

National Enquirer — "A highly psychopathic drama with 
deliciously brutal moments." N.Y. Times — "Never have 
so few screwed up so many." Oxpatch Buzzard — "We 
recommend "Registration" as sober, sober, sober fun for 



every student." Playboy — "A collosal bust with a weak 
supporting cast." Pravda — "Brilliant example of capital- 
ist decadence." Mad Magazine — "It's a scream — abso- 
lutely the funniest thing we've ever seen." Sports 
Illustrated — "Punt." Mississippian — "Rehash of an old 
plot that leaves you with a taste of rotten peanuts." 
National Funeral Directors Bulletin — "H. K. Faulkner 
came to life in the last scene and stole the show." 
— Another Ellis-Gober Production 



it I followed the instructions and I wound up back here. 






If you date the lab instructor — it's an easy A. 



Now what should I put down for the color of my hair? 




Give 'em hell. Batman. 



Football Spirit 
Reaches Annual Peak 

Although they weren't the Rebels of old, the regular sea- 
son whs ;i lot better than basketball. It was the post- 
season game against the University of Tiajuana at 
Acapulco that stuck in everyone's craw. No one on 
campus ever heard of the Tamale Bowl and there was 
concern that Ole Miss prestige might be damaging by 
a< i epting an invitation. However, the tables were turned 
after the game and the President of the Tamale Bowl was 
forced to resign because of the damage to the prestige 
of the bowl game. But Vaught marches on — on to the 
Toilet Bowl in '69. 





You say your name is Hillhouse 




I m really a plainclothesman. 



The last hurrah. 



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United Effort 
Yields Homecoming 

Homecoming first rears its head when two or three coeds 
announce they will compete in friendship for Homecom- 
ing Queen. The friendship ends with the announcement. 
Following the annual blood-letting, fraternities, sororities 
and dormitories continue to compete in friendship as 
each constructs a meaningless display based on a mean- 
ingless theme. Then the great day arrives and the great 
game is played before the good old alumni — both 
conscious and unconscious. For the rest of the afternoon, 
parents and alumni try to keep from staggering into the 
decorations. When the grads finally pass out, the fra- 
ternity parties begin. After students leave the parties for 
off-campus destinations, the fun begins. 





Before you run for Governor, we've got to 
gel you elected to the Campus Senate. 



One more stroke and I'll be through. 



A Variety of 
Campus Events 

The most unusual campus event award goes to the AWS 
for its cake-walk flop. Of course, the women had a run- 
ning start — so many other events they sponsor are of 
similar calibre. There were also some usual events that 
turned out as usual. Oxford held its annual Christmas 
parade. The Greek organizations competed in building 
floats and the remark of the losers were once again, not 
in the Christmas spirit. Another traditional event was the 
charitable giving to destitute children. Fraternities and 
sororities held parties for the little monsters to give them 
nourishing candy, switch-blade knives and other useful 
items designed to make Christmas a bit brighter for the 
deprived. 




Everyone's got a heritage: 



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A swap between the SAE's and the Phi Delts. 







Coeds anxiously await the decision of the Editor in 
the Parade of Virgins. 




Who has to get married? 





Bring some more of your friends over tonight. 



Beauties and ? Are Chosen 



Most men see the Parade of Favorites for free. It is well 
worth the price. Besides the free ticket which is paid for 
by their sorority dates, there's a free meal. And sometimes 
the cooperative males get a bonus from the more co- 
operative females. All they must do is bring their I.D. 
cards, pick up their ballots and hand them over. Women's 
suffrage then runs wild. The sweet little things vote for 
all their sorority sisters and cast the rest of the votes for 
some dogs who don't have a dog's chance. The ten coeds 
in the sororities paying for the most votes or stuffing the 
most votes are then declared the Favorites of Ole Miss. 





And I saw them doing it on the fourth level. 



Where do I sign out for if all we're gonna do is park ? 




Do you think anyone will know it's pajamas? 



Bombarded Campus 

The three dollar activities fee voted in by the students las 
Spring left the ASB with more money than it knew wha 
to do with. To the glee of assorted booking agents, som< 
fat contracts were signed. The entertainment wasn't bac 
— but the agents came off with the better deal. As for tht 
entertainers, civil rights forces were deliriously happy. / 
less enthusiastic reaction came from the wholesome am 
righteous crusading element. The boody-goodies were of 
fended bv the gyrations of two of the female members o 
the James Brown entourage. There was a feeling tb 
performance was suggestive. How, how would the whole 
some and righteous crusading element know anything 
about that? 



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Well fellas, one of you has got to marry her. 








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The KA House of the near future. 



I was better off cooking zorba burgers. 





Black and White. 



Basketball Opens 
Yule Season 

Santa Clans left an egg in Eddie Crawford's Christmas 
stocking. The egg was rotten. It closely paralleled his 
won-loss record for the season and seasons past. But the 
coach took everything in good stride and displayed his 
usual pleasant, even-tempered disposition on the sidelines, 
win or lose — mostly lose. The basketball season, however, 
wasn't a total disaster. The Rebels defeated Mississippi 
State and Crawford's name will go into the books as the 
losing coach to Adolph Rupp when Rupp won his 772nd 
victory. Speaking of victories, Crawford scored a real im- 
pressive one over the ASB Concert Committee, Haley 
Barbour and James Brown. 



The bell rings in 43 seconds 




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Blue Ink to Red Bricks 

For many years, the university named new buildings in 
honor of former deans and chancellors. Barnard, Hume, 
Kincannon, Stewart, Heflev, Deaton, and Guess are a 
few examples of this tradition. Everything rolled along 
smoothly until it came time to name what is now known 
as Brown dormitory. The naming procedure came to a 
screeching halt. For almost two years, the building re- 
mained nameless while university name droppers pon- 
dered public reaction to a women's dormitory called 
Butts Hall in honor of another former chancellor. 
Though the name in this case would have been more 
appropriate than most, discretion proved the better part 
of valor. 



I hope I look interested. 




Go right in . . . there are only three ahead of you. 





It's only ten p.m. — we've got time for a quickie. 



Coors Beer sold on the 1< 



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thousands jam Coliseum to hear new Chancellor. 



Who's this guy Fortune? 




Eminent Speakers 
leak Wisdom 

Some fifteen hundred people jammed Fulton Chapel to 
hear the Boston Strangler's mouthpiece mouth off on 
what it takes to be a good criminal lawyer. Besides F. Lee 
Bailey, about two hundred people fought for seats in the 
Coliseum to hear the new chancellor, Dr. Porter Fortune 
in his maiden speech at Ole Miss. The choice of the 
Coliseum for the Fortune address was another stroke of 
ODK genius. There weren't many other notables to 
speak here. Of particular disappointment to political 
scientists and Young Democrats was the snubbing of 
Ole Miss by Stokely Carmichael, Rap Brown and Adam 
Clayton Powell. Apparently Bailey and Fortune were 
not their cup of tea. 

Rusty taking a study break between dates. 




Extra-Curriculars 
Divert Students 

College life is not all work. There are clubs, committees, 
plays, and speakers. to hear on campus. Students are also 
fortunate to have at their disposal the recreational facil- 
ities of Oxford — a veritable mecca of fun. There's a 
drive-in, one and a half theatres, a bowling alley, three 
pool halls and the finest restaurants in America. There 
are seven package liquor stores and a bar. Culture lovers 
can get their jollies at the Mary Buie Museum. The Con- 
federate Cemetery, the Coliseum parking lot, the road- 
side park, behind the Education Building and other loca- 
tions also provide opportunities for students to park and 
discuss world problems. 



If my theory is right, there is no constitution 




I'm glad you crossed your legs, Amanda. 



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We're marching to the Mayor's house, wanta come? 



Warm Days- 
Time of Love 

Spring is a time for Robbins. It's time for birds and bees 
and rabbits. It's also a time for love, passion, and new 
life. But Ole Miss students don't react any differently in 
the Spring than any other season. They just keep at it all 
year long. The only effect the warmer weather has is to 
bring it all out in the open. The action emerges from 
apartments and cars to the beaches of Sardis and the 
rolling woodlands of North Mississippi. Robbins may 
mate in the Spring. Ole Miss students never change their 
tunes — they sing like crazy all the time. 



What did you say about a spider in my salad? I can show you how to be popular. 




Get that stupid grin off your face .... the polls closed five minutes ago. 




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Politicians Take Over 

March is the month of the independent slob. Suddenly, 
sorority coeds remember the faceless clods crammed into 
the men's dormitories. The reason it's time for an AS B 
election. The little women lavish their warm and sugges- 
tive smiles on goobs thev wouldn't be caught dead with 
the rest of the year. Of course, the smile followed up with 
the usual political pitch — ''Won't you consider Greta 
Crunch for ASB Secretary- she's so qualified." But the 
sororities are not the only bunch to throw themselves at 
men in March. The Phi Delts are also pretty good at it— 
except they do it all year long. 



Thanks Jack. I'll be through using the apartment in a couple of 
hours. 





A little dcx goes a long way 




Parties Insure Flin 
Before Finals 



Brotherhood is the byword at fraternity parties. Not only 
are frat men concerned for their brothers — they also take 
care of the brothers dates. The stags ply the brother with 
booze until he can't see. Then they put him to bed and 
ply his date with booze. The distraught coed is grateful to 
be taken under wing after being abandoned by a drunk. 
Sometimes she's very grateful. The fraternity brother has 
mixed feelings. He's grateful that someone took his date 
home. He's not so grateful when he finds out the good 
brother has the little woman booked solid for the next 
three months. 







low about dessert at my apartment? 



I really don't understand a damn word of this stuff. 




Student 
Government 




33 







Associated Student 




RALPH VANCE 
Vice-President 



AMANDA POVALL 

Secretary 




WALTER THOMPSON 

Treasurer 



Power Grab. 



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Body Makes Life Worth Living 




Seated: Jimmy Dukes, Executive Assistant; Amanda Povall, ASB 
Secretary; Billy Gottshall, ASB President; Calico Maxwell, AWS 
President; Ben Kendrick, Executive Secretary; Ralph Vance, ASB 
Vice-President. Second Row: Haley Barbour, Social Affairs; Brent 
Tinnin, Publicity; Hinky Hall, Student Activities; Alan Perry, 
Attorney General; Byron Hughes, Campus Affairs; Walter Thomp- 
son, ASB Treasurer; John Howard Shows, Independent Affairs. 
Third Row: Bill Garth, Academic Affairs; Weir Kyle, University 
Development; Clant Seay, School Spirit; Johnny Powers, Elec- 
tions Commission. 



The ASB executive branch has a President and lesser 
entities along with an impressive cabinet and 69 vital com- 
mittees. Without the work of these committees, student 
activities would come to an abrupt halt and life would not 
be worth living. 

But the heart of student government is the all-powerful 
Campus Senate. As in Ancient Rome, the word of the Sen- 
ate is law. In January of 1960, the Senate ordered the 
Physical Plant to build a staircase on the Girl's Intramural 
Field. In January of 1968, on the advice of a University 
employee who picks up papers from the grass, construction 
was begun. 

Of course, no great government would be complete with- 
out an effective judiciary. The Student Judicial Council 
fills that bill. And speaking of bills, the Council is quite 
wealthy from all the bucks passed its way by the dean. 



BILLY GOTTSHALL 
ASB President 



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Committees Direct Activities 



As new students arrive each fall for the beginning of 
school, they encounter several committees which direct 
student activities. 

The Student Activities Committee members welcome new 
students to the Ole Miss campus each year. Homecoming 
Activities, Dixie Week, and the Miss University Pageant 
are also delegated to the Department of Student Activities. 
The Student Activities Committee is headed by Hinky Hall. 

The Welcome Rebel Party sponsored by the Department 
of Social Affairs welcomes Ole Miss students each new 
school year. Besides staging dances this committee is re- 
sponsible for bringing entertainers to Ole Miss, such as 
Ray Charles, The Lovin Spoonfuls, and James Brown. 
Haley Barbour is the Chairman of the Department of So- 
cial Affairs. 

The Department of Campus Affairs under the leadership 
of John Howard Shows provides student activities on cam- 
pus and works to coordinate participation with Byron 
Hughes, Chairman of the Independent Affairs Committee, 
a major segment of this department. 



The School Spirit Committee headed by Clant Seay 
functions primarily during the football season to create 
genuine school spirit for every game. By promoting all pep 
rallies and assisting the cheerleaders with the distribution 
of Rebel flags at football games, this committee has worked 
closely with the Megaphone and Cardinal Clubs to enrich 
school spirit at Ole Miss. 

The Homecoming Committee headed by Steve Bozeman 
and Paul Aron is in charge of the homecoming festivities. 
This group judges the homecoming decorations made by 
the various dormitories and Greeks. It is responsible for 
the Queen ceremony and welcomes the legislators and 
alumni to the highlight of the Rebel football season. 

Brent Tinnin, serving as Chairman of the Department of 
Publicity, publicizes the activities of the various ASB com- 
mittees on and off the campus. Handbill design and distri- 
bution are included in the duties of this group. This 
committee promotes interest and participation in campus 
affairs. 



Student Activities — Seated: Sandy Seale, 
Hinky Hall, Chairman; Karen Walcott. 
Standing: Carson Hughes, Steve Bozeman, 
Geoff Mitchell. 





Homecoming — Seated: Donna Buford, 
Deen Strickland, Gay Gottshall, Byron El- 
lis. Standing: H. A. Moore, Paul Aron, 
Co-Chairman ; Steve Bozeman, Co-Chair- 
man ; Bruce Bellande, Richard Scruggs. 
Not Pictured: Kathleen Coleman. 



Campus Affairs — Seated: Johnny M<*>rc, 
Mary Alice Eubanks, Eileen Quon. Stand- 
ing: Byron Hughes, Bob Chestnut, John 
Howard Shows, Chairman. 





School Spirit — Seated: Pat Thompson, 
Clant Seay, Chairman ; Betty Rowzee. 
Standing: Mimi Milner, Cissy Knott, Janie 
Fuller. Not Pictured: Mac Elliot, Woody 
Sample, Bobby Abraham, Jimmy Keyes. 



Elections Commission Supervises Balloting 




Front Row: Candy Croft, John Powers, Chairman; Cassie Wilson. 
Second Row: Chip Williams, Robbie Decoux, Erskine Wells. 



JOHNNY POWERS 

Elections Commission Chairman 



The Elections Commission is a committee composed of 
seven commissioners which are appointed by the ASB Presi- 
dent. They are responsible for all campus elections and are 
appointed to serve until graduation, resignation, or removal 
by the campus seriate. 

The elections held during the year were those concern- 
ing the Campus Senate, Homecoming Queen, Miss Ole 
Miss-Colonel Rebel, ASB officers, publications' editors, 
cheerleaders, and any other elections that pertain to stu- 
dent government. In addition, the Elections Commisison 
supervises the elections of Favorites and the Senior Class 
Officers. 







Seated: David Houston, Chairman; Patty Canty. Standing: Ralph 
Hemphill, Tommy Walman, Betsy Buchholz, Winnie Smith. 



Judicial Council Hears Student Cases 



The Judicial Council, which came into being in 1951 
and revised in the past year, hears practically all cases of 
discipline in which students are involved, and is the final 
authority in interpreting the ASB Constitution. It also 
handles appeals from other judicial bodies. The Council 
consists of an elected chairman and both male and female 
members appointed by the ASB President. 

When a case is heard, the student involved is notified 
and given an opportunity to present both his side of the 



case and any circumstances he feels should be considered. 
He may bring any witnesses. This year students can be 
assisted by a member of the Judicial Bar. Almost without 
exception, the recommendations of the Council to the 
Dean of Students are followed. 

The Council operates on the basis of searching for truth 
and arriving at decisions which take into account the good 
of the University and the good of the individual involved. 



Traffic Board, Albert Simmons, Ellen O'Neal, Earl Denham. 



DAVID HOUSTON 
Chairman 






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First Roaf: John Anderson, James Baine, Hazel Barnes, Jenny 
Biggers, Donald Bond, William Bozeman, William Caldwell, Susan 
Campbell, David Cobb. Second Row: Betty Cole, Virginia Cru- 
thirds, William Cushman, Frances Darden, Don Dees, Kent Den- 
sing, William Jeff East, George Fair, Mary Farr. Third Row: John 
Fields, Bill Forrest, Jerry Bilbreath, Alma Gillis, Gayle Golden, 
Woodrow Golden, Beth Gramling, Frederick Green, Stephen 
Greenhaw. Fourth Row: John Guyton, Stephen Guyton, Emily 
Harness, Stephen Harris, Hap Hederman, Jr., Carole Higgins, 
John Holmes, Jr., Michael Horlock, Byron Hughes. Fifth Row: 
Carson Hughes, Jane Hughes, Donald Kilgore, Jack Lacy, Jr., 
Marie Lewis, Sam Lloyd, III, Betty McAlexander, Joe Magee, 



Michael Malouf. Sixth Row: Thomas Malouf, Geoffery Mitchell, 
Tis Neill, Charles Northern, Charles Omara, Tom Paine, William 
Perdue, Rebecca Phay, Ann Prather. Seventh Row: Eileen Quon, 
Ken Reid, Jimmie Rose, Dennie Roussel, Nanette Russell, Samuel 
Seay, Anne Smith, Larry Smith, Lynn Stallworth, Patricia Strick- 
land. Eighth Row: Patricia Sumners, David Tootle, Frank Trapp, 
Tommy Vinson, Charlie Ward, Jr., James Watkins, David White, 
jane Windels, John Robert Winthrop, Janis Worsham. Not Pic- 
tured: Jimmy Baker, Robert Carter, Michael Dickson, William 
Fowler, Rhes Low, Fred McDonnell, James Stearns, Judith 
Worner. 



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Senate Legislates Student Ideas 



The combined abilities of the elected campus senators 
is the strong foundation on which the student government 
of the University of Mississippi is built. 

Representing every phase of the student body, the Greek 
fraternities, dormitories, districts of married students, apart- 
ments, and day students, the senators debate, and vote 
upon bills and resolutions brought before it. 

The Student Loan Fund, the disuse of costumes in 
elections, and the reprimanding letter written in answer to 
the accusation made by the New York Times Magazine, 
that "Ole Miss students are the empty-headed sons and 
daughters of wealthy bankers," are a few examples of the 
legislation enacted by the 1967-68 session of the campus 
senate. 

The capable leadership of Ralph Vance, Campus Senate 
President, and that of Carson Hughes, president pro- 
tempore proved invaluable. And behind all great men there 
is a great woman, Miss Nai-Nai Everett, parliamentarian. 




RALPH VANCE 
Campus Senate President 



Mike Robbins, Sgt.-at-Arms; Nai Nai Everett, Parliamentarian; 
Ralph Vance, President; Amanda Povall, Clerk; Harvey Magee, 
Chaplain; Carson Hughes, President Pro-Tempore. 





President's Council — Front Row: Mitsy Prichard, Mary Eubanks, 
Sue Windsor, Calico Maxwell, Susan Ross, Betsy Reno, Susan 
Clayton. Second Row: Nai Nai Everett, Mary Lee Deornellas, 
Ann Hall, Judy Nickel, Nan Britton, Mary Alice Welty, Geri 



Graeber. Third Row: Margaret Steen, Linda Dickerson, Anna 
Branham, Linda Flowers, Afton Cox, Jenny Shackelford, Tilly 
Hood, Carol Carver. 



Associated Women Students 



CALICO MAXWELL 
AWS President 



The Associated Women Student Body, which is composed 
of all undergraduate women students, is a self-governing 
association within the Associated Student Body. Heading 
the organization are the Executive Council with six popu- 
larly elected officers, a Judicial Council with four appointed 
and two elected members, and a President's Council com- 
posed of dormitory and sorority house presidents. 

This year the AWS has continued to improve the struc- 
ture of its organization. In addition, the AWS has worked 
to implement an effective orientation program for fresh- 
men, and it has endeavored to create an awareness of the 
cultural advantages offered by the University. The prin- 
ciple accomplishment of the AWS for the past year was 
the passing of a new regulation concerning women's cur- 
few, raising the old limit of ten thirty on week nights to 
the new time of twelve o'clock. 



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Executive Council — Seated: Calico Maxwell, Betty Brown Mc- 
Alexander. Standing: Susan Reed, Cindy Morrison, Mary Louise 
Cissna, Carolyn Phillips, Sue Windsor. 




Judicial Council: Calico Maxwell, Susan Reed, Carolyn Phillips. 
Standing: Sarah Gaye Craig, Marianne Henson, Deane Crestman, 
Angelita Delgadillo. 



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FRANK DEBAY 

Editor-in-Chief 



DON FRUGE 

Business Manager 



1968 Ole Miss Presents College Life As It Is 



The 1968 Ole Miss presents the activities of the Uni- 
versity in a new style but much of the tradition of the 
University has been maintained. We, the staff, have worked 
hard to produce a yearbook of which every Ole Miss stu- 
dent can be proud. 

The opening section of thirty-two pages of color and 
black and white is one of the features that we feel the stu- 
dent body will enjoy. In addition to the familiar captions 
under the pictures, we have attempted to tell a little more 



about the student life at Ole Miss in the opening section. 

Many sections of this book were compiled by computed 
programs developed at the University's Computer Center. 
These programs gave the staff the fastest and most ac- 
curate means ever used in composing the Ole Miss. 

In planning, compiling, and editing the copy and pic- 
tures that make up this yearbook, we never stopped trying 
to make it better. We think we have succeeded and pro- 
duced something all will appreciate and enjoy". 



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Wayne Vance, Assistant Business Manager; Sandra Williams, Sec- 
retary. Not Pictured: Lenore Ethrige, Secretary. 



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Ole Miss Staff Plans 







CHAM TROTTER, Sports Editor 





ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR— Mit Hobbs, Editor; Cathy Coers, As- 
sistant Editor. 



STUDENT GOVERMENT EDITOR— Vickie Russell, Assistant; 
Sandy Seale, Editor. 




DAVE DARNELL, Photographer 



GREEK EDITOR— Susan Cole, Editor; Pam- 
ela Butts, Assistant. 



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Outstanding Annual 




HONORARIES EDITOR— Diane Stodgehill, Assistant; Tis Neill, 
Editor. 



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MILITARY EDITOR— Judy Rost, Editor; Camille Johnson, Carolyn 
Guice, Assistant Editors. 



KEN MURPHREE, Academics Editor 




CLASS EDITOR — Katherine Shaw, Editor; Sara Gaye Craig, Assistant. 






JOHN UNDERWOOD, Photographer 



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1968 Mississippian Staff: Joe Lee, George Fair, Richard Smathers, 
Jennifer Bryon, Betty Carlisle, Mike Crosby, Peanut Overby, 



Johnny Johnson, Tonto Tallie, Mike Larroux, Clant Seay, Bobo 
Champion, Vanci Campbell, Roger Cox, Steve Guyton. 



Mississippian Returns to Greatness 



CHARLES OVERBY 
Editor-in-Chief 



The Daily Mississippian returned to the greatness this 
year that it once held. The staff spent many days and 
nights at the Journalism Building putting out an excellent 
paper five days a week. 

The staff presented the news to the students in a most 
commendable manner. The news was presented in an un- 
biased form which is unusual for publications of this 
nature. Of great interest to the students was the handling 
of the Power Grab in the spring elections. 

Most staff members do most of their work after 11:00 
each night and such devotion certainly has payed off. 




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HARLES WW 




Society Editors: Jennifer Bryan, Vanci Campbell, Bobo Champion. 



ROGER COX 

Advertising Manager 



JOHNNY JOHNSON 

Managing Editor 





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Front Row: Gerald Jacks, Ron Peresich, James Creekmore, Tom 
Childs. Second Row: Jerry Patton, Jerry Lohrmann, Tom Starling, 
Buddy Jacquith. 



Moot Court 



The purpose of the Moot Court Program is to provide 
the law student with some practical understanding of the 
highly technical theory which characterizes his academic 
training while at the Law School. Each student is required 
to participate in both Appellate and Circuit Court Pro- 
grams conducted by the Moot Court Board. 

The Moot Court Board is composed of students selected 
by the Law School faculty on the basis of academic stand- 
ing. Thus constituted, the Board supervises the Moot Court 
Program, schedules the hearing of cases before practicing 
attorneys or Judges, and helps the individual participants 
in the preparation of their cases. The Board also conducts 
an annual competition of those selected for advanced argu- 
ment before an appellate court composed of outstanding- 
jurists of the area. 



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Mississippi Law Journal 



The Mississippi Law Journal, the official publication of 
the state bar association, is one of the largest legal periodi- 
cals in the nation. These issues contain articles by prominent 
legal writers as well as works by student staff members, the 
final issue being devoted to the proceedings of the state bar 
association. During the term of the state supreme court, the 
Journal staff prepares and distributes weekly advance sheets 
of the most recent Mississippi cases to members of the state 
bar and judiciary on a subscription basis. 

The Law Journal is composed of students and one faculty 
member. Appointment to the Journal is a high honor since 
members are selected from the top ten percent of their 
class. Each staff member contributes one article of current 
legal interest during his first year and a longer, more 
scholarly comment his final year. 




Front Row: Gene Fair, Don Barrett, Velia Mayer, Patricia Bla- 
lack, Carl Hagwood, Mize Connor, Jimmy Reynolds, Sammy Davis. 
Second Row: John Hailman, Cliff Thompson, Gary Geeslin, James 



Dossett, Jon Thames, Lock Bounds, Buy Mitchell, Bill McMullin, 
Wayne Easterling. 



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Honoraries 




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FRANK DEBAY 
Editor, Activities Editor, Ole Miss Yearbook; Vice-President, 
Treasurer, Ole Miss Y; Who's Who; Delegate, National Scholastic 
Convention; Pi Sigma Epsilon; Chairman, Homecoming Commit- 
tee, Christmas Parade. 



CALICO MAXWELL 
President, AWS ; Mortar Board ; Phi Kappa Phi ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; 
CWENS; Committee of 100; Pi Delta Phi; Sigma Alpha Iota; Uni- 
versity Scholar; Who's Who; Elections Commission. 




CHARLES OVERBY 

Editor, Missisuppian; Editor, Mississippi Magazine; President, 
Mississippi Collegiate Press Association; President, Sigma Delta 
Chi; President, Lambda Sigma; ODK; ASB Director of Campus 
Affairs. 



PAUL PARRISH 

Rhodes Scholar; Vice-President, Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Phi Alpha Theta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who: ASB Deputy 
Attorney General; ASB Director of Student Activities. 



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1968 Hall of Fame 



AMANDA POVALL 

ASB Secretary; Motrar oard ; President, CWENS; 

Who's Who; Clerk, Campus Senate; AWS President's 

Council; Delegate, Mississippi Intercollegiate Council, 

Southern Universities Student Government Association. 




RALPH VANCE 
ASB Vice-President; President, Campus Senate; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
President, Secretary, IFC ; Vice-President, Ole Miss Y; Committee of 100; 
Who's Who; ASB Executive Assistant. 



JESSE TUTOR 
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Phi Gamma Nu Award ; Who's Who ; Treasurer, Senior 
Class; Taylor Medal in Accounting; Vice-President, 
Delta Sigma Pi; Pi Sigma Epsilon; Committee of 100; 
Beta Alpha Psi. 



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HOLMES STANFORD ADAMS 



RAYMOND MIZE CONNER 



ROBERT EARL DAVIS 





FRANCIS ALVIN DEBAY 



BILLIE BARNETTE DRIBBEN 



JAMES OTIS DUKES 





JUDTH KATHERINE HARPER 



SARA KING HOLLOMAN 



PATRICIA HORNE HOLCOMB 



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DAVID WINSTON HOUSTON, III 



CAROL GAY JONES 



VAN LEMUEL LACKEY 





CAROL WORK McLAURIN 



ROY DAVIS MANNING, JR. 



CAROLYN COURTNEY MAXWELL 





RONALD BRUCE NEWELL 



CHARLES LEWIS OVERBY 



PAUL MERREL PARISH 



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KATHERINE LINDLEY SHAW 



JOHN HOWARD SHOWS 



WALTER ALBERT SIMMONS 



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JAN WOODS SINGLETON 



WINNIFRED SMITH 



MARTHA TATE STOKELY 




JESSE BURRELL TUTOR, JR. 



RALPH BROOKS VANCE LESLIE MARGUERITE WESTBROOK 




BETTYE BRIDGFORTH WHITTEN RICHARD MINTA DUNN 



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First Row: Frank Alvarez, III, John Cockerham, John Cook, 
Strawford Dees, III, William Garth, Jr. Second Row: John Guy- 
ton, Harold Hawkins, Len Jones, Jr., Van Lackey, James Lindsey, 
Jr. Third Row: Olin Mauldin, Jr., Patricia Payne, Bennett Smith, 



Jr., Hugh Stancill, III, Fred Wallace. Not Pictured: Robert Bailey, 
Woodrow Defore, Jr., Joe Files, Dorothy Joor, Edwin Kerstine, 
John Milam, Joe Ross, Jr., Wyman Vick. 



Alpha Epsilon Delta 



OFFICERS 

President JAMES LINDSEY 

Vice-President JOHN COOK 

Secretary JOE CLARK FILES 

Treasurer WILSON DEFORE 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international honorary pre- 
medical fraternity organized to encourage excellence in 
premedical work and to advance the interests of college 
students in this field. Membership is open to all premedical 
or predental students maintaining 3.0 grade average over 
three semesters of work in any approved college or uni- 
versity. 

Founded first at the University of Alabama, Tuscalousa, 
Alabama in 1926, Alpha Epsilon Delta was established at 
Ole Miss in 1938. The Mississippi Beta chapter serves as 
an organization of common interest, fellowship, and friend- 
ship among premedical and predental students. Since 1953 
the Ole Miss Chapter has initiated 257 members. Dr. Young 
McCaha, serves as faculty advisor for the fraternity. 



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Alpha Lambda Delta 



Membership in Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor- 
ary society, is the highest scholastic tribute for freshmen 
women. To be eligible for membership, a woman student 
must have achieved a 3.5 average during either the first 
semester or the first year of college work. New members are 
initiated in the spring of their freshman year at the annual 
banquet. At this banquet Alpha Lambda Delta presents 
an award to the graduating senior member maintaining the 
highest average. In April the chapter initiated the largest 
group composed of thirty-two girls. 

The purposes of Alpha Lambda Delta are to encourage 
superior scholastic attainment among freshmen women and 
to promote a high standard of learning at Ole Miss. An 
outstanding project of Alpha Lambda Delta is the spon- 
soring of a Christmas tea with Phi Eta Sigma for the pur- 
pose of recognizing all freshmen who have achieved at 
least a 3.0 average for their first mid-term grades. 



First Row: Jenny Biggers, Mary Bookman, Nancy Brumfield, Zetta 
Bryant, Paula Bullock, Helen Burgin. Second Row: Charlotte Ann 
Dabbs, Daphne Dabbs, Evalyn Dent, Lenore Lewis Ethridge, Mil- 
dred Green, Patricia Hagan. Third Row: Mary Delle Herlong, 
Rivers King, Susan Langdon, Connie Luckett, Susanne McQuigg, 



Paul Meek. Fourth Row: Lamar Poovey, Charlotte Price, Marilyn 
Scott, Merry Temple, Elizabeth Teunisson, Trudy Tidwell, Joyce 
Tubb. Not Pictured: Marie Cobb, Linda Hines, Linda Lipe, 
Marion Mathias, Frances Treadway. 




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First Row: Fred Beard Jr., Oliver Hord Jr., David Houston III, 
William Johnson. Second Row: Monty Jones Jr., William Pool, W. 



Simmons, Jesse Tutor Jr. Not Pictured: Paul Baddour, John Gary 
III, James Pryor Jr., H. Townes. 



Beta Gamma Sigma 



OFFICERS 

President THAD MONTGOMERY JONES, JR. 

Vice-President FRED LONG BEARD, JR. 

Secretary-Treasurer ERNEST NOLAN WALLER 



Alpha Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, national honor 
society for men and women in the schools of commerce 
and business administration, was chartered in 1944 at Ole 
Miss. Only in institutions which are members of the 
American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, 
are chapters of this honor society established. 

Beta Gamma Sigma members are students with high 
scholarship in the School of Commerce. To be eligibile for 
membership, seniors must be in the upper ten per cent of 
their class, and have not less than a 3.2 grade average; 
second semester juniors with exceptionally high scholastic 
standing are also eligible for membership. 

The purposes of Beta Gamma Sigma are to encourage 
and reward scholastic accomplishments among students of 
business administration ; to promote the advancement of 
education in the art and science of business; and to foster 
integrity in the conduct of business operations. 



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Beta Alpha Psi 



The national honorary and professional fraternity in the 
field of accounting was founded at the University of Illinois 
in 1919. Alpha Theta Chapter, one of the 64 outstanding 
chapters nationwide, was installed at the University of 
Mississippi in 1951. The fraternity was established for the 
purpose of encouraging and fostering the ideals of scholar- 
ship and service as the basis of the accounting profession 
and for developing high moral, scholastic, and professional 
standards for its members and the profession in general. 

The fraternity limits its membership to outstanding 
upperclassmen in accounting who have demonstrated their 
scholastic ability and high moral character. Prospective 
members must be an accounting major, have completed 12 
hours in accounting with a 3.0 average, have an over-all 
2.5 average, and have made a "B" or better in either 
Accounting 205 or 206. 



First Row: Jerry Abdalla, Charles Campbell, James Dabbs, Har- 
riette Denley, Fred Flinn, Carson Hughes. Second Row: Joseph Jen- 
kins, William Johnson, Monty Jones Jr., Daniel Lasky, John Mc- 
Carty, Floyd Melton Jr. Third Row: John O'Donnell III, Alan 
Perry, Richard Randall, Noel Tabor, Robert Tucei, Jesse Tutor 



Jr., Roy Woody III. Not Pictured: Charlton Anderson, Paul Bad- 
dour, Keith Clingman, Samuel Flint, Larry Hardy, Gene Holman, 
Linda Lipe, Jeanne Necaise, Chester Redditt, Wylie Richards Jr., 
Russell Tarver, Jesse Waddell, James Wright. 




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First Row: Alnia Chase, Deane Chrestinaa, Kaye Foster. Second Row: 
Judith Harper, Patricia Home, Carol Jones, Ethie Mansell, Calico Maxwell. 
Third Row: Amanda Povall, Susan Reed, Sarah Ritchcy, Susan Sharpe. 
Fourth Row: Katherine Shaw, Jan Singleton, Winnie Smith, Dee Speakes. 
Fifth Row: Martha Tate Stokely, Martha Stuart, Leslie Westbrook. Not 
Pictured: Susan Case, Sara Holloman, Christine Oliver. 




Mortar Board President Katherine Shaw 



Mortar Board 



Founded in 1918 at Syracuse University, Mortar Hoard 
symbolizes "Opportunity and Achievement" for those senior 
women who have attained the highest standards of scholar- 
ship, leadership, and service. Tassels Chapter members 
have proudly displayed the white blazers and Mortar Board 
insignia here at Ole Miss since 1936. This year, in honor 
of the organization's fiftieth anniversary, Tassels Chapter 
hosted the meeting of the seven chapters in Section VIII. 

The society ushers in the school year with its sale of 
calendars which contain a specially prepared schedule of 
the year's events. Other Mortar Board activities include 
giving scholarships to freshmen women with a 4.00 average 
first semester, cooperating with Omicron Delta Kappa in 
bringing outstanding speakers to Ole Miss for the ODK- 
Mortar Board Forum Series, aiding needy families in the 
campus area at Christmas, and compiling a "summer read- 
ing list" of books suggested by Ole Miss professors for high 
school students planning to attend the University the next 
year. 



Mortar Board's activities keep its members busy. 




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ODK President, Horace Lester 




ODK. Officers: Tom Hines, Faculty Advisor; Jimmy Dukes, Vice- 
President; Van Lackey, Treasurer; and Jerry Walton, Secretary. 



Omicron Delta 
Kappa 



The purpose of the Omicron Delta Kappa Society is 
threefold : first, to recognize men who have attained a high 
standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire 
others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar 
lines ; second, to bring together the most representative men 
in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organi- 
zation which will help to mold the sentiment of the insti- 
tution on questions of local and inter-collegiate interest; 
third, to bring together members of the faculty and the 
student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest 
and understanding. 

Although Omicron Delta Kappa is primarily an honor- 
ary organization it performs many services to the Univer- 
sity and its students. The principal project is the Omicron 
Delta Kappa- Mortar Board Forum Series which has 
brought to the campus such noted speakers and interna- 
tionally known figures as Arthur Schlesinger, Harry Rea- 
soner, J. P. Coleman, and Vera Micheles Dean. Another 
service of Omicron Delta Kappa is its Foreign Scholarship 
Fund which is awarded to one of the foreign students on 
campus who meets certain standards and who is in need 
of financial assistance. 



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First Row: Holmes Adams, John Barrett, Richard Brock, Roger 
Cox, Jimmy Currie, Donald Deline, Jimmy Dukes, Don Fruge. 
Second Row: Dewey Garner, Newton Gill, John Guyton, Hender- 
son Hall Jr., Ralph Hemphill, David Houston III, Carson Hughes. 
William Johnson. Third Row: Monty Jones Jr., Van Lackey, Hor- 
ace Lester Jr., James Lindsey Jr., James McArthur, Joseph Mc- 
Namara, David Manifold, Roy Manning Jr. Fourth Row: Floyd 
Melton Jr., Ronald Newell, John O'Donnell III, Charles Overby, 
Paul Parish, James Peden Jr., Alan Perry, William Pool. Fifth Row: 

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John Powers, Ronnie Samuels, John Shows, W. Simmons, Jesse 
Tutor Jr., Ralph Vance, Fred Wallace, Charlie Ward Jr. Not Pic- 
tured: Michael Boland, Henry Brock, Charles Butterfield, Thomas 
Cleveland, Raymond Conner, Woods Eastland, Eugene Fair, 
Eugene Ferris III, Joseph Haik, William Joyner, James Langford, 
Charles Lynch, James Martin, John Maxey, Laurence Mellen, Guy 
Mitchell III, William Sims Jr., Walter Thompson, David Wells, 
Stirling Williams. 






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CWENS 



OFFICERS 

President BARBARA COX 

Vice-President JANE HUGHES 

Secreary PRINCEY SCURRY 

Treasurer DABNEY PARKER 



The Iota Chapter of CWENS on the Ole Miss campus 
is a national organization for sophomore women. The pur- 
pose of the CWENS chapter is to promote scholarship and 
leadership among the women students and to render service 
to the University. To qualify for membership in this or- 
ganization, a girl must have been outstanding in leadership 
in campus activities as well as achieving at least an over-all 
2.5 grade average during her freshman year. 

The girls of CWENS serve the Ole Miss campus in 
various ways. One of the projects this year was a Christmas 
project for soldiers in Viet Nam. The familiar red blazers 
and gray skirts worn by CWENS have often been seen at 
the ASB concerts where the girls have served as ushers. 
CWENS serves the community as well as the student body. 




First Row: Judy Anderson, Linda Baker, Jenny Biggers, Mary Bookman, 
Betty Brand. Second Row: Nancy Brumfield, Zetta Bryant, Helen Burgin, 
Cynthia Chrestman, Mary Cissna. Third Row: Peggy Cook, Barbara Cox, 
Charlotte Ann Dahbs, Daphne Dabhs, Evalyn Dent. Fourth Row: Rachel 
Earhart, Donna Edwards, Lenore Lewis Ethridge, Jeanne Fair, Jane Fuller. 
Fifth Row: Mildred Green, Mary Dell Herlong, Tillie Hood, Jane Hughes, 
Rivers King. Sixth Row: Mary Knott, Susan Langdon, Connie Luckett, Tis 
Neil], Dabney Parker. Seventh Row: Jane Patterson, Eileen Quon, Isabell 
Scurry, Deen Strickland, Trudy Tidwell. Eighth Row: Joyce Tubb, Lynn 
Turner, Janie White, Nancy Whitten, Cassie Wilson. Not Pictured: Linda 
Hines, Frances Treadway. 



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Phi Alpha Theta 

Phi Alpha Theta is one of the newest honoraries to come 
to Ole Miss. The Kappa Alpha Chapter was established 
on the campus in 1964. It is, however, one of the old, 
established fraternities, and membership in it has always 
been highly prized. The organization publishes a scholarly 
magazine, The Historian, which is sent to all new members. 

The fraternity meets several times each semester. During 
the course of these meetings both students and faculty pre- 
sent papers of general interest in the wide area covered 
with the field of history. 

Membership in Phi Alpha Theta has been described as 
second only to membership in Phi Beta Kappa among the 
scholastic honoraries, and requirements include a minimum 
of twelve hours of history with a B average (3.0) in these 
courses. People qualified for membership in Phi Alpha 
Theta is small, but this honorary is one which is expected 
to grow with an ever-growing university. 



First Row: Holmes Adams, Frank Alvarez III, John Carey, Jimmy 
Currie, Mary Dexter, Richard Dunn. Second Row: Joseph Em- 
mons, Robert Charles Lea, Carol McLaurin, Joseph McNamara, 
David Manifold, John Nunnery Jr., Walter Ogden. Third Row: 
Paul Parish, James Peden Jr., Katherine Shaw, John Shows, Wil- 
liam Trotter III, John Waits, Jane Walman. Not Pictured: Charles 
Billings Jr., Patricia Brooks, Robert Davis, Byron Inmon, Ann 
Lambdin, William Sims Jr. 



OFFICERS 

President JIMMY CURRIE 

Vice-President JOHN CAREY 

Secretary JOHN HOWARD SHOWS 

Treasurer KATHERINE SHAW 



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First Row: Holmes Adams, Terrel Algood, Steven Ammann, James 
Arnett, Nicholas Augustus, Tillio Avaltroni, Bryan Barksdale, John 
Barrett, James Barton. Second Row: Fred Beard, Jr., Eugene 
Berry, Tony Bland, Kit Bowen, Kenneth Brown, Ira Carpenter, 
Jr., William Carter, John Cockerham, Michael Coleman. Third 
Row: David Cuicchi, Jimmy Currie, William Cushman, James 
Denley, Harvey Ferguson, Fred Flinn, William Reynolds, Ford, Jr., 
William Garth, Jr., Bucky Gatewood. Fourth Row: Peter Gee, 
Donald Freeman Gober, James Hardin, William Harper, Harold 
Hawkins, Mike Hedges, Joseph Hewitt, William Hewitt, David 
Houston, III. Fifth Row: Malcolm Jackson, Jr., William Johnson, 
Christopher Jones, David Landskov, James Langmesser, James 
Lindsey, Jr., Harvey McClung, Jr., James Eckford McFarlane, 
Eugene McLaurin. Sixth Row: Raymond Mabus, Jr., Charles 



Mangin, Jack Meyer, John Nunnery, Jr., Jerry Oakman, Charles 
O'Mara, Tom Paine, Paul Parish, Gary Patterson. Seventh Row: 
Jerry Patton, Wilson Pearson, Alan Perry, William Pinkston, Wil- 
liam Pool, Charles Quarterman, Richard Rhoden, William Rigby, 
Jr., Skippy Robertson, Jr., John Sanders. Eighth Row: John 
Shows, W. Simmons, Robert Smith, Hugh Stancill, III, Berkley 
Traughber, John Waits, Charlie Ward, Jr., Andy Wilkinson, 
George Woodliff, James Woods. Not Pictured: Wallace Andrews, 
Rhett Atkinson, Charles Billings, Jr., Michael Boland, John Boyd- 
stun, Alton Corban, Jr., Sammy Davis, Eugene Fair, Frazier Fyke, 
Steve Hindman, Donald Hutchinson, J. James, Martin Lawrence, 
Robert Norman, Robert Perry, Wylie Richards Jr., Andrew Rouse, 
John Russell, John Shanahan, Donald Thompson, Joseph Witty, 
Jr., Tony Woodall, Mit Hobbs. 



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Phi Eta Sigma 

Phi Eta Sigma was founded at die University of Illinois 
on March 22, 1923. Since its founding the fraternity has 
grown to over 140 chapters, in both large and small col- 
leges, and membership in Phi Eta Sigma is now recognized 
as one of the highest honors a male freshman can attain. 
Beta Chapter of this fraternity was established at Ole Miss 
in 1930, making the local chapter thirteenth in order of 
founding. 

The society does not perform public service projects; its 
sole purpose is the recognition of outstanding academic 
achievement, encompassing all fields of academic pursuit. 
Phi Eta Sigma encourages people to think, and a banquet 
is held each year at which a noted speaker attempts to 
provoke the minds of the members. 

Freshmen men are eligible for Phi Eta Sigma if they 
accumulate a 3.5 over-all grade point at the end of the 
first or second semester of their first year. There is no other 
way or time for a person to join Phi Eta Sigma. Being se- 
lected for this honorary is a tremendous achievement for a 
freshman, and this honor is emphasized by his retaining 
active membership throughout his college career. 

Phi Eta Sigma sponsors only two functions during the 
year: "Freshman Honor Party" held in conjunction with 
the women of Alpha Lambda Delta, and the previously 
mentioned initiation and banquet held in the spring. 




President of Phi Eta Sigma: Johnny Guyton 




Officers of Phi Eta Sigma: Charles O'Mara, Vice-President; Elwyn 
James, Treasurer; Johnny Guyton, President: and Earl Fyke, Sec- 
retary. 



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First Row: Terrel Algood, Larry Thomas Boozer, Patrick Condon, 
Robert Freeman. Second Row: Robert Hogtie, Burt Patterson, John 
Sanders, Gary Thompson, Larry Wamble. Not Pictured: William 



Austin, Larry Chapman, Virgil Dillon, Willard Dillon, Jr., Glenn 
Doty, James Felder, Robert Harris, Lewis McCaffrey, .Robert 
Marascalco, Larry Miller, Harold Stringer. 



OFFICERS 

President BURT PATTERSON 

Vice-President GARY FELDER 

Secretary DAVID DILLON 

Treasurer HAROLD STRINGER 



Phi Delta Chi 



Nationally known Pharmaceutical fraternity of Phi Delta 
Chi was established on our campus in 1927. It was first 
established at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Michigan in 1833. The fraternity became inactive in 1927 
but was reactivated in 1951. Since its re-establishment the 
fraternity has been growing constantly. 

Brotherhood and hard work are the two-fold purposes 
of the Alpha Epsilon Chapter. Working together to keep 
the high ideals of the pharmacy profession through good 
fellowship and cooperation, its students are those of out- 
standing ability in the School of Pharmacy. 

Students in Pharmacy, after working with books, pills, 
powders, and labs, find time for social activities. They have 
performed such services as placing reference books in the 
senior dispensing lab for the benefit of all of the pharmacy 
students. 



Phi Kappa Phi 



The University of Mississippi Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, 
national honorary scholastic fraternity, was chartered in 
1959. The chapter admits to membership juniors and 
seniors of superior scholastic attainment. These students 
must have maintained a minimum average of 3.7 for 
more than 90 hours. Phi Kappa Phi recognizes scholarship 
in all areas of academic endeavor, and election by the 
University's chapter signifies the highest scholastic achieve- 
ment. 

The fraternity elects members twice yearly. The spring 
semester initiation is followed by a banquet, honoring all 
members elected during the academic session. The banquet 
is marked by an address given by a distinguished visitor. 




First Row: Holmes Adams, Carolyn Caldwell, Jimmy Currie, Ju- 
dith Harper. William Johnson. Second Row: James Eckford Mc- 
Farlane, Calico Maxwell, Paul Parish, Wilson Pearson, William 



Pool. Third Row: John Shows, W. Simmons, Patty Temple, Vincie 
Thornton, Jesse Tutor Jr. Not Pictured: Dianna Brummett, Eliza- 
beth Butler, Maretta McLeod. Judy Magee. 






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Pi Beta Tau 



OFFICERS 

President WILSON PEARSON 

Vice-President MICHAEL HARRISON 

Recording Secretary DAVIS MANNING 

Treasurer BERKLEY TRAUGHBER 



In the spring of 1963, the National Engineering Honor 
Society, Pi Beta Tau Association, was founded to recognize 
those who have conferred honor upon their university by 
outstanding scholarship and exemplary character as under- 
graduates in the School of Engineering. 

Patterned after the national engineering honor society, 
Tau Beta Pi, eligibility for membership is determined by 
one's character, personality, practicality, and scholarship. 
Seniors must be in the upper fifth of their class, and juniors 
in the upper eighth of their class. 

This year Pi Beta Tau prepared and sent to the National 
Tau Beta Association, a petition requesting membership. 
The Association does much to develop a unified spirit 
among those in the engineering profession, and to serve as 
a guiding influence to prospective engineering students in 
high schools of the state. 



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First Row: James Arnett, Edwin Best, Kenneth Brown, Edgar 
Caples, Newton Gill, Michael Harrison. Second Row: William 
Hewitt, John Holmes Jr., William Lavallee, Roy Manning Jr., Wil- 



son Pearson. Gilbert Rhoades Jr. Third Row: Charles Rooks, Berk- 
ley Traughber, Clifton Valentine, James Wilson. Not Pictured: 
John Boling, Brock Hattox, Donald Hutchinson, Lester Smith. 



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First Row: Pat Albano, Robert Ammon, Ronnie Cardwell, John 
Carey. Second Row: Jimmie Currie, David Davidson, Henderson 
Lindsey, David Manifold. Third Row: Charles Overby, James 



Peden, Jr., John Shows. Not Pictured: Richard Chesteen, Edwin 
Cofer, David Ewing, Charles Lynch, Clant Seay, Jr., William Sims, 
Jr., Robert Stout, Jr., David Wells. 



Pi Sigma Alpha 



A national honorary fraternity in political science, Pi 
Sigma Alpha, has had a chapter here since 1948. The goals 
of the organization include fostering great interest in the 
study of political science, promotion of knowledge in the 
field of government and politics, and the increased aware- 
ness of current events and their implications. Another pur- 
pose is the bringing together of faculty and student mem- 
bers for the exchanging of ideas and concepts. To provide 
opportunities for this, meetings are scheduled several times 
a semester, each time presenting a thought-provoking pro- 
gram. 

Initiations are held each semester for those students meet- 
ing the requirements of having a minimum of twelve hours 
of political science with a 3.0 average in each course, and 
an over-all grade point of 2.5. 



OFFICERS 

President JIMMY CURRIE 

Vice-President OLIVER HORD 

Secretary-Treasurer JOHN HOWARD SHOWS 

Faculty Advisor MR. F. GLEN ABNEY 



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Scabbard and Blade 



OFFICERS 

Captain RONALD DICKEY 

1st Lt MICHAEL G. SOPER 

2nd Lt DONALD F. GOBER 

1st Sgt ROBERT L. WHITAKER 



B Company, Eighth Regiment of Scabbard and Blade 
was founded on the Ole Miss campus in 1940. The Society 
had its beginning in 1904-1905 at the University of Wis- 
consin as a national military honor society. 

The primary purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to raise 
the standards of military education in American colleges 
and universities; to unite in closer relationship in military 
departments; to encourage and foster the essential quali- 
ties ol good and efficient officers ; and to promote friendship 
and good fellowship among the cadet officers. The mem- 
bers of the Society must possess the qualities of leadership, 
patriotism, efficiency, loyalty, obedience, courage, good 
fellowship, and honor. 

The annual activities of B Company, Eighth Regiment 
include ushering for various social events, conducting drill 
team competition, and supporting the Chancellor's Review. 




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First Row: F. S. Austin, W. S. Bozeman, T. W. Cheairs, R. W. Ches- 
nut, D. R. Clifton. M. A. Crouch. Second Row: S. H. Dees, R. Dickey, 
D. C. Elmore, R. T. Gordon, E. L. Hardister, G. R. Holland, B. W, 
Hovious. Third Row: C. D. Kelso, E. H. Latimer, M. J. McAlpin, 
J. R. Macy, C. V. Nealy, R. G. Noble, R. H. Pederson. Fourth Row: 



W. A. Roper, J. H. Shows, R. G. Starmann, F. M. Sulser, J. W. Webb, 
R. L. Whitaker, E. R. Williams. Not Pictured: G. G. Byers, G. R. 
Caloway, K. Chandler, C. M. Crockett, C. R. Dixon, J. A. Donald, 
W. L. Guy, M. G. Harrison, W. E. Hester, C. W. Richards, R. E. Rus- 
sell, J. P. Scruggs, M. G. Soper, C. D, Thompson, W. W. Thompson. 



Delta Sigma Pi 



Alpha Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi, second largest 
professional fraternity in the United States, was established 
at Ole Miss in 1927. Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New 
York University's School of Commerce, Accounts and Fi- 
nance, on November 7, 1907. 

The purposes of Delta Sigma Pi are to foster the study 
of business in universities ; to encourage scholarship, social 
activity and advancement through research and practice; 
to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world 
and students of commerce ; and to develop a high standard 
of commercial ethics and culture. 




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First Row: Barry Allen, Fred Beard Jr., John Bottom III, Michael 
Brent, Francis Burnett, William Chaffin, Thomas Collier, Robert 
Crelot, Charles Crumby, David Cuicchi, James Dabbs. Second 
Row: William Deberry, Carman Dixon Jr., Fred Flinn, John Gibbs 
Jr., Henderson Hall Jr., Hap Hederman Jr., William Hester, Oli- 
ver Hord Jr., William R. Johnson, Marcus Love III, Edward Lyon. 
Third Row: Norton McKeigney, John Macy, Joe Magee, Charles 
Northern, Gary Patterson, Edward Peacock III, Alan Perry, Rich- 







ard Peterson Jr., Ronnie Samuels, W. Simmons, Walter Troop. 
Fourth Row: Jesse Tutor Jr., Stephen Vaught, James Watkins, 
Erskine Wells Jr., Richard Williams, Fred Wilson, William Win- 
ters, George Woodliff, Roy Woody III, Douglas Wright, Jimmy 
Young. Not Pictured: Charlton Anderson, Louis Barnes Jr., Rich- 
ard Bethea, John Boydstun, Eric Duncan, Joseph Haik Edward 
Hodo, James Humphreys, Rhes Low, Charles Lynch, William Mc- 
Neely, Joseph Quin, Charles Sullivan, Floyd Sulser Jr. 



Chi Epsilon 




An honorary fraternity for civil engineers, Chi Epsilon 
was founded at the University of Illinois in 1922. Since its 
founding the number of chapters has increased to over sixty 
chapters, with 18,000 initiated members. 

The purpose of Chi Epsilon is to recognize the student 
who exemplifies the four traits of the successful engineer, 
the cornerstone upon which Chi Epsilon is founded : schol- 
arship, character, practicality, and sociability. 

Membership is limited to junior, senior, and graduate 
students who have maintained a scholastic average in the 
upper one third of their class and who have exemplified 
the four traits of Chi Epsilon. 



First Row: Edwin Best, David Box, Robert Carruth. Second Row: 
Bhagwan Dashairya, Charles Lee, Horace Lester Jr. Third Row: 
John Schaffer Jr., Berkley Traughber, Clifton Valentine. Fourth 
Row: Kam Wai. Not Pictured: Brock Hattox, Virginia Ingle, 
Lester Smith. 



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First Row: Xandra Baird, Carol Carver, Karen Ruth Cloutman. 
Second Row: Sandra Daniel, Carolyn Horrell, Lynne Johnson. 
Third Row: Carol Jones, Robena Kendrick, Rosalyn McCarver. 
Fourth Row: Martha Milstead, Mary Perkins, Patricia Ross. Not 
Pictured: Dale McWilliams. 





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Kappa Epsilon 



A national professional fraternity organized to unite 
women students of pharmacy, Kappa Epsilon seeks to co- 
operate with the faculty, to stimulate in its members a 
desire for high scholarship, to foster a professional con- 
sciousness and to provide a bond of lasting loyalty, interest, 
and friendship. 

In 1960, the Alpha Gamma Chapter was founded at Ole 
Miss. Collegiate members must be enrolled in the under- 
graduate professional curriculum or graduate program in 
the college of pharmacy. 

Activities of the fraternity include regular business and 
social meetings and participation in pharmacy affairs. 



Epsilon Gamma 
Epsilon 



Men and women in office administration may become 
affiliated with Epsilon Gamma Epsilon, founded at the 
University of Mississippi in 1951. Epsilon Gamma Epsilon 
emphasizes four phases of activity — the professional, the 
fraternal, the honorary, and the social. Its chief purpose is 
to promote the ideals and concepts of higher education in 
office administration which will contribute to the prepara- 
tion of men and women for office occupations and for 
teaching in the field of business education. 

Membership in the organization is based on character, 
leadership, and scholarship. 





First Row: Emily Sue Beti, Marion Brown, Janet Dong, Barbara 
Dyre. Second Row: Marilyn Foster, Winifred Ruth Heliums, Jean 
Joe, Kathy Moss. Third Row: Charlotte Price, Judy West, Barbara 
Williams, Louise Williams. Not Pictured: Betty Axtell, Nancy Kel- 
ty, Bonnie Miller, Marian Winton. 



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First Row: Donna Allen, Harriette Denley, Nancy Harrison, Lynne 
Johnson, Carol Jones. Second Roiv Mary Kirkpatrick, Sandra 
Knight, Mary Perkins, Marcia Pierce, Merry Purvis, Mary Fred 
Schloemer. Not Pictured: Dianna Brummett, Memrie Taylor. 



Phi Gamma Nu 



Phi Gamma Nu was founded February 17, 1924, at 
Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois. There are nine- 
teen collegiate chapters, five alumnae chapters. National 
membership is 5,500. Xi Chapter of Phi Gamma Nu was 
founded on May 13, 1950, at the University of Mississippi. 
There were ten charter members. Its purpose is to bind 
the members into closer friendship and loyalty to one an- 
other, to promote a standard of high scholarship, to en- 
courage participation in school activities, and further 
interest in civic and professional enterprises. 




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First Row: Kathy Abraham, Katherine Abraham, Barbara Camp, 
Alma Chase. Second Row: Martha Doran, Linda Farrish, Rita 
Goolsby, Mildred Green. Third Rozc: Linda Gregory, Mary Jack- 
son, Virginia Kimbrough, Calico Maxwell. Fourth Row: Cam 
Moore, Martha Neilson, Camille Robbins, Bonnie Shelton. Fifth 
Row: Amy Jo Smith, Winnie Smith, Ellen Wailes. Not Pictured: 
Lucy Anderson, Susan Bedingfield, Virginia Callicutt, Janet Deare, 
Nora Finklea, Bessie Franklin, Kathryn Kelley, Geraldine Wilson. 




Sigma Alpha Iota 



A national music fraternity for women, Sigma Alpha 
Iota sponsors campus wide "Sing Song" and provides ushers 
for the artist series. Other activities of the fraternity include 
support of American music centers such as MacDowell 
Colony and National Music camp at Interlochen. Scholar- 
ship assistance is also provided by the fraternity for famous 
international music centers such as Tanglewood, Idyllwild, 
Aspen, and Fontainebleau. Further assistance is given to 
national music organizations — MENC, MTNA, National 
Association for Music Therapy, and Federation of Music 
Clubs. 



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Organizations 




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First Row: G. W. Mullins, C. M. Wade. Second Row: T. A. Pike, 
D. F. Rankin, M. P. Taylor, M. W. Dowhan, J P. Quon, Herbert 
Rogers, J. L. Fletcher, D. L. Moak. Third Roiv: F. G. Remade, 



C. H. Townes, R. C. Camp, R. B. Griffin, E. D. Hodo, W. H. 
Curtis, T. A. Hicks, R. E. Stewart. 



A. G. S. R B. A. 



OFFICERS 

President DONALD L. MOAK 

Vice-President ROBERT C. CAMP 

Secretary-Treasurer JOHN P. QUON 



Formed in 1962, the association applied for official Uni- 
versity recognition in November of 1967. Students interested 
in pursuing graduate study in the Department of Econom- 
ics, Business Administration, and Accounting compose this 
group. 

Numerous professional leaders from pertinent fields are 
invited to speak before the group on planned occasions. 
During the past school year the organization was indeed 
fortunate to hear such business leaders as Mr. William 
King Self, President, Riverside Industries, Marks, Missis- 
sippi; Dr. Linddon McPeters, President, Mississippi Bankers 
Association; Mr. Leslie Darden, President, Mississippi Eco- 
nomic Council ; and Mr. Nat Roger, President, Deposit 
Guaranty National Bank, Jackson, Mississippi. Presently, 
the club consists of forty participating members who peri- 
odically meet, either formally or informally, for the purpose 
of facilitating the exchange of ideas in an academic atmos- 
phere. 



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Alpha Phi Omega 



Students who wish to be of service to their fellow man 
may join Alpha Phi Omega, a National Service Fraternity. 
Students who have been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of 
America sometime during their life are eligible for mem- 
bership. Service to the campus, community, and nation are 
the main purposes of Alpha Phi Omega. At Ole Miss, 
membership of Epsilon Omega Chapter serve as ushers for 
many campus events, provide a Student Ride Board, work 
with the March of Dimes, and operate a student book ex- 
change, where students may buy and sell their books at 
student prices. The members work with the citizens of Ox- 
ford in promoting better University-Oxford relations. The 
cardinal principles of Alpha Phi Omega are Leadership, 
Friendship, and Service. 



OFFICERS 

President TOM BEARDEN 

1st Vice-President BOB FRANCE 

2nd Vice-President JACK LACY 

Secretary ROBERT HERRING 

Treasurer ROBERT DAVIS 





City planning problems are hashed out over the counter. 



Association of 
Urban and 
Community Planners 

The Association members are graduate students in the 
Master of Urban and Regional Planning degree program 
under the Department of City Planning, the first inde- 
pendent graduate department of planning established in 
the United States. The purpose of the Association is to 
further planning interests in Mississippi and at the Uni- 
versity. 

The Association is working toward the accomplishment 
of two Mississippi Firsts. The Association researched and 
petitioned for the national establishment of a color dis- 
tinctive of planning for use in academic heraldry, a na- 
tional precedent. The second Mississippi First accom- 
plished is the research and compilation of Mississippi laws 
affecting urban and regional planning in cooperation with 
the Department of City Planning at the University and the 
Mississippi Research and Development Center. This is the 
first work in depth in this area known in the United States. 



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Baptist Student 
Union 



The Baptist Student Union is an organization of Baptist 
youth in higher institutions of learning, designed with the 
purpose of helping college students grow in their relations 
with Christ. Membership in BSU is gained by joining the 
local Baptist church or any unit of church activity such as 
Sunday School, Training Union, or Brotherhood. 

While the BSU functions in and through the local 
church, it centers its planning and leadership in an Execu- 
tive Council on the campus. Any Baptist student may be 
nominated for this Council. The BSU also functions 
through the Mississippi Baptist Student Convention and 
through the Southern Baptist Convention in worldwide ac- 
tivities. Through daily devotionals, prayer partners, con- 
sistent Bible study, church loyalty, and maximum 
Christianity, the Baptist Student Union serves the college 
community and strives to make Christ more alive on the 
campus. 



Director 

Pastor Advisor 



DAVID L. HICKS 

REV. PAUL ROATEN 




Front Row: Rev. Paul Roaten, Jenilyn Anderson, Claude Foy, 
Woody Barham. Second Row: Wanda Guyton, Lura Netherton, 
Mary Peck, Chris Blair, Mary Eubanks, Jennifer Byron, Macey 



Floyd, Marlene Turner, Pat Worley. Third Row: Jim Netherton, 
Steve Greenhaw, Russell Waldrop, Don King, Larry Turner, Ju- 
lian Fagan, David Hicks, Joe Wilson. 



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Seated: Portia Peteet, Jan Singleton, Sallie Thomas. Standing: 
Earl Fyke, Bill Garth, Bill Harper, William R. Pool, Ronnie Sam- 
uels, Jesse Tutor. 



Committee of 100 



OFFICERS 

Co-Chairman RANDY POOL 

Co-Chairman JAN SINGLETON 

Vice-Chairman RONNIE SAMUELS 

Treasurer JESSE TUTOR 

Secretary KATHERINE SHAW 



The Committee of 1 00, an organization of students of all 
faiths who represent all areas of the campus community, 
sponsors the Religious Emphasis Speakers who are selected 
by the Planning Committee of the Committee of 100, a 
Standing Committee of the University. 

The members of the Committee of 100 accept their re- 
sponsibility in the knowledge that they speak for religion 
on the campus in bringing to Ole Miss outstanding speakers 
of different faiths. They plan the schedule of each speaker, 
making all the arrangements for him to be heard by stu- 
dents, faculty, and staff at convocations, in classrooms, and 
in informal question-and-answer periods. 

The spirit and responsible attitude of Committee of 100 
members tend to implant within the campus community an 
awareness of religious activity throughout the year. 



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Delta Theta Phi 



Delta Theta Phi Fraternity was founded in 1900 and is 
the largest law fraternity in number of senates and the 
second largest in membership. 

The Jefferson Davis Senate was chartered by Delta Theta 
Phi in August of 1967 with twenty-three charter members. 
Members are serving as Representatives for the Law Stu- 
dent Division of the American Bar Association, Vice-Presi- 
dent of the Law School Student Body, Mississippi Law 
Journal Staff, President of Law III, Vice-President of Law 
III, Vice-President of Law II, Secretary-Treasurer of 
Law III, Vice-President of the Lamar Society of Inter- 
national Law. 

The Senate's activities are social, professional, and service 
oriented. They include assisting in the membership drive 
for the Law Student Division of the American Bar Associa- 
tion and organizing a Pre-Law Club for the undergraduates 
at Ole Miss. 



OFFICERS 

Dean James Baine 

Vice-Dean John Halton 

Master of Rolls Wade Baine 

Master of Exchequere Garry Parvin 

Tribune Ed Snyder 

Master Ritual David Adams 

Faculty Advisor Dr. George Stengel 




Front Row: William Sutherland, Wade Baine, David Adams, 
Thomas Booker, James Baine, Andrew Mirabole, Bill Swain, 
Wayne Sterling, Gary Parvin. Second Row: Johnny Young, James 
Senter, Donald Bond, Tommy Wallace, Donnie Evans, Phil Ad- 
ams, Jerry Findley, George Dorrill, Russell Johnson, Royce Ed- 



wards. Third Row: Groyer Myers, J. B. Van Slyke, Roy Pike, 
Mike Stander, Howard Davis, Ed Snyder, Ben Regan, George 
Lewis, Quentin Till, Dick Brock, Charles Clark, Bill McClellan, 
Bill Boland. 



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Seated: Robert James Young, Albert Simmons, John Laurenzi, 
Ronnie Samuels. Standing: Hap Hederman, Charles R. Herron, 
Tally D. Riddell, William I. Lewis, Everett G. Vickery, Joseph 
J. Schmelzer, Chip William. Third Row: Allen White, William 



T. Withers, John VanDeverder, Eddie Vandiver, Edward Peacock, 
Bill Renovich, Bahnson Lovelace, Larry J. Whitener. Fourth Row: 
Henry Ed Fly, Douglas M. Wright, Otto McKay, Charles T. 
Smyth, Raymond Brocato. 



Financiers 



OFFICERS 

President ALBERT SIMMONS 

Vice-President \ BOB ANDERSON 

Treasurer JACK LAURENZI 



Each year the Financiers Club at the University of Mis- 
sissippi takes on new significance for students interested in 
banking and finance. 

In the spring of 1961 the Financiers Club was organized 
by twenty-five students at the University of Mississippi to 
help bring together students who are interested in banking 
and finance. . 

Today this club has increased their membership greatly 
with students who come not only from the sophomore class, 
the junior class, and the senior class, but also from the 
graduate school. 

The Financiers Club at Ole Miss is presently affiliated 
with the University's Chair of Banking. The organization 
is financially supported by the Mississippi Bankers Asso- 
ciation. 



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Gamma Beta Phi 



The Gamma Beta Phi Society was organized at the 
University of Mississippi during March of 1965, with the 
induction of thirty-one charter members. Since then, the 
chapter has extended considerably in both membership 
and its purpose of promoting scholarship, leadership, and 
good citizenship in the Ole Miss student body. 

The society is non-secret, educational-service organization 
for students in colleges and universities. Its purpose is the 
advancement of educational ideals, the encouragement of 
scholastic effort, and the rewarding of academic merit 
among college students. 

Gamma Beta Phi, in promoting its ideals and purposes, 
has instituted many useful service projects at Ole Miss, two 
of which are the establishing of a monitored study hall dur- 
ing final examinations and the recruiting of high school 
students in the state of Mississippi. 



OFFICERS 

President HUGH W. STANCILL, III 

Vice-President ELAINE LEGGETT 

Secretary CHRISTINE BLAIR 

Treasurer W. EDWARD RICHBURG 




First Row: Marty Bearden, Mary Ellis, Margaret Ellis, Susan S. 
Denham, Linda Gregory, Jane Collins. Second Row: Rose Ann 



Duncan, Albert Simmons, Jerry Patton, Edward Peacock, Hugh 
Stancill, Chuck Crews, Chris Blair. 



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First Row: Irwin H. Nelson, Bob Russell, L. Wilson Pearson, Her- 
man A. Rogers, Kenneth B. Brown. Second Row: Edgar Caples, 
Ellis Latimer, Bobby A. Coates, Allen Lantz, Donald Hutchinson, 



Rolf W. McHenry, Robert A. Herring, Jr., IEEE Counselor. Third 
Row: William W. Johnson, Jr., Samuel B. Miller, James R. Arnett, 
Martin E. Kennedy, Homer Voyadjakis, Robert Herring. 



OFFICERS 

Chairman KENNETH B. BROWN 

Vice-Chairman MICHAEL B. BROWN 

Treasurer ROBERT HERRING 

Secretary ROBERT E. RUSSELL 



Institute of Electrical 

and 
Electronics Engineers 

The Ole Miss branch of the Institute of Electrical and 
Electronics Engineers is a student branch of the interna- 
tional IEEE, the professional society in the field of electri- 
cal engineering. The membership of the student branch of 
IEEE includes electrical engineering majors and other stu- 
dents majoring in related fields. 

The aims of the local branch are to encourage engineer- 
ing advancement and achievement, to promote understand- 
ing between the students and the faculty members, and to 
serve as a liaison between the student and the professional 
engineer. The local chapter carries out these aims by host- 
ing speakers from industries and other universities, by spon- 
soring trips to the sites of engineering activity, by partici- 
pating in joint meetings with other chapters, and by 
individually aiding engineering students. 



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Kappa Psi 



Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity is a professional 
fraternity which limits its membership to pharmacy stu- 
dents in the professional program at schools or colleges of 
pharmacy that are accredited by the American Council 
on Pharmaceutical Education. Kappa Psi is the oldest and 
largest of the Greek letter pharmaceutical fraternities. It is 
one of the largest professional fraternities having more than 
twenty-two thousand members. The members are found in 
every state in the United States and in many foreign 
countries. 

Two national awards are available to members for out- 
standing scholastic achievements. The men of Kappa Psi 
are chosen in recognition of their scholastic standing, gen- 
eral ability, character, personality, and activities. They must 
strive to exert their utmost efforts to preserve and further 
the high ideals which are always displayed by the pharma- 
ceutical profession. 



OFFICERS 

Regent HAMILTON HALEY 

Vice-Regent CHARLES O'BANNON 

Secretary GLENN CARTWRIGHT 

Treasurer DALE GUNKEL 




First Row: Emmett Berry, Dale Gunkel, Gerald Vance, Henry 
Hayden, Tommy Morrow, James E. Donovan, Ham Haley, Wen- 
dell D. Boggs, Shands Henson, Joseph G. Powell. Second Row: 
Ted Taylor, John Schwartz, Gary Sisson, Stanley Illich, Richard 
Waller, John Martin, Bill King, Randel C. Gibson. Third Row: 
Paul Welch, Thomas Owen Horn, Charles O'Bannon, Buddy Wal- 



ley, Danny B. Dedmon, George Taylor, Spencer Hudson, Allen 
Murphy, Dubbs Traylor. Fourth Row: Joe R. Bourn, Greg Adams, 
Glenn T. Cartwright, Benny F. Dedmon, John Wong, Bill Lam- 
berth, Wayne McAlpin, Jerry Wilson, Gerald Lownimore, Keith 
Aldridge. 



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Newman Club 



President 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 

RICHARD WILLIAMS 

JOHN MALATESTA 



The Newman Apostolate at Ole Miss has taken a new 
approach to its tasks during the past two years. Through 
participation in the United Campus Ministry and in the 
spirit of the Ecumenical Movement, Newman has strived 
to broaden its scope, as it looks to the new horizon. The 
maintaining of an office in the "Y" building has afforded 
both the Catholic and the non-Catholic students greater 
availability to the truths and teachings of the Catholic 
Church. Newman, the church on campus, affords oppor- 
tunity and satisfaction which must primarily be sought by 
the student before it can be attained. 

All students, faculty, and staff are welcomed as a part of 
Newman, which has none of the barriers that might arise 
because of the difference in creed, color, culture, or coun- 
try. 



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Ole Miss Y 



The Ole Miss Y (YWCA-YMCA), a nondenominational 
lay Christian organization with voluntary membership open 
to all students, faculty, and staff, dates back to 1868. Mem- 
bers of the faculty and staff cooperate with students in their 
endeavor to develop a program of Christian fellowship 
which offers free-time activities and other services to aid 
significant cultural, vocational, intellectual, social, and rec- 
reational interests. 

Special speakers, panel discussions, films, and drama are 
presented in bi-monthly meetings. The Y program is sup- 
ported through voluntary contributions during the annual 
Y Finance Drive from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and 
friends. The Y sponsored several special projects this year. 
Articles from many different foreign countries were sold to 
students and faculty around Christmas. Also a foreign ban- 
quet was held during the spring. Dishes from different 
countries were served. 



OFFICERS 

Presidents . ..JOHN LILY 

ROBIN FULCHER 

Vice-President JIM WEEMS 

Secretary HAZEL BARNES 

Treasurer BILL GARTH 




Seated: H. R. Fulcher, M. R. Turner, H. A. Barnes, M. B. Bryant, 
G. C. O'Neal. Standing: J. P. Lilly, B. D. Dashairya, N. W. Kyle, 
J. S. Weems, W. P. Garth, Jr., D. R. Norman. 



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First Row: Albert Simmons, Jesse Tutor, Hap Hederman, Charles 
R. Herron. Second Roiv: Don Fruge, Otto McKay, Frank Debay. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Treasurer 



.SCOTT LAWYER 
JAMES WATKINS 



Pi Sigma Epsilon 

The national fraternity was chartered in 1952 and is "the 
National Professional Fraternity in Marketing, Sales Man- 
agement and Selling." At the present time Pi Sigma Epsilon 
is the fastess growing fraternity of any kind in existence 
today. 

Alpha Theta chapter was chartered at Ole Miss April 
30, 1963. 

Pi Sigma Epsilon requires that its members manifest an 
interest in the selling profession as a career, obtain the 
academic standing required for graduation, and show lead- 
ership qualities through participation in college activities. 
Its purpose is to create a collegiate brotherhood of men 
who are interested in the advancement of marketing, sales 
management, and selling as a career. 

Alpha Theta Chapter is sponsored by the Sales and 
Marketing Executives of Jackson. 



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University Concert Singers 



The University Concert Singers is a group of the best 
harmonizing voices in the South. The singers are selected 
from audition and are groomed by their director, Dr. 
James Coleman, to represent the University in off-campus 
productions. 

Last summer the University Concert Singers attended 
Expo-67 in Montreal, Canada, where they delighted their 
international audience. "The Group," is a segment of the 
University Singers and will go to Europe in 1968 to per- 
form for USO groups. The Singers at Ole Miss offer 
another outlet for the talented student to express himself 
at a well-rounded university. 




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First Row: Judi Harper, Paula Young, Janet Graves, Lavern 
Dabbs, Janet Laird, Patsy McKay, Terri Romano. Second Row: 
Sandy Steen, Lila McRight, Carolyn Buckner, Paula Gaither, 
Lane Malone, Dot McCoy, Barbara Cherry, Sandra Donahue. 



Third Row: Daphne Dabney, Deborah Brown, Claudia Jones, Cyn- 
thia Horn, Cathy Hendrix, Betsy Davis, Lynn Murphy, Pam Bed- 
good, Gwen O'Neal, Linda Peacher, Sandi Harrison. 



OFFICERS 

President DOT McCOY 

Treasurer KATHERINE SHAW 



University Dancers 

University Dancers is an organization designed to further 
the study of modern dance techniques and to give the 
members an opportunity to pursue compositional problems 
and to choreograph dances for performance purposes. Audi- 
tions for potential members are held at the beginning of 
each semester. Selection of dancers is based on skill in 
dance and composition. 

During the first semester, the group presented a Chrismas 
program in conjunction with the Department of Music. In 
February the Dancers attended dance concerts and work- 
shops held at the Southern District A.A.H.P.E.R. Dance 
Section meeting in New Orleans. At one session student 
compositions were presented. During March the group 
traveled to Wood Junior College in Mathiston where they 
performed an evening concert of dance. Their annual 
Spring Concert was presented on April 30 and May 1. 






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Women's Recreation Association 



"If education is a means of developing personality, 
equiping the mind, strengthening the body, learning skills, 
building character and creating an appreciation for beauty, 
then recreation has enormous educational values." 

Individual and team sports have a valuable contribution 
to make to all who discover the fun, challenge, and adven- 
ture in playing them. Opportunity for every woman at the 
University to gain such riches in the realm of social pleas- 
ure, physical fitness, and educational opportunity is the aim 
of the Women's Recreation Association. As each girl bene- 
fits from play so does society, for a vigorous nation can 
only be composed of strong, joyous, and productive people. 

Activities offered are: volleyball, basketball, bridge, bad- 
minton singles and doubles, tennis singles and doubles, and 
softball. Trophies for each sport and an over-all trophy is 
given. 



OFFICERS 

President LINDA BAKER 

Vice-President ANNE CRISLER 

Secretary PAM CALDWELL 

Treasurer BARBARA ANDERSON 

Sports Chairman LINDA GLENN 







Front Row: Liz Jetton, Anne Crisler, Linda Baker, Jaclyn Span- 
genberg. Second Row: Nancy Scott, Ann Prather, Linda Glenn, 
Sherian Carpenter, Betsy Davis, Sandy Steen. 



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Seated: G. B. Frazier, R. D. Gray, J. L. 
Boling. Zeb Reeves. Standing: J. R. Mac- 
donald. W. R. Sigman, E. H. West, Gil- 
bert L. Rhodes, W. L. Helms, R. M. 
Tubbs. 



American Institute of Chemical Engineers 



The student chapter of Chemical Engineers at the Uni- 
versity of Mississippi received its charter in 1957. Its pur- 
pose is to promote professional development of chemical 
engineering students and foster a professional pride in 
chemical engineering. Activities are designed to give it's 
members and non-chemical engineering majors a better 
understanding of their profession. 



OFFICERS 

President TOMMY HEWITT 

Vice-President JOE PORTER 

Secretary WAYNE ANDERSON 

Treasurer KENT MONTCOMERY 



First Row: R. L. Davis, M. L. McNeely, 
B. E. Leggett, W. T. Hewitt, R. D. Smith. 
Second Row: Kent Montgomery, C. W. 
Rooks, J. P. Chadwick. C. L. Gray, R. A. 
Myer, G. T. Tollison, T. E. Lacefield. 
Third Row: P. L. Hazlewood, W. B. An- 
derson, William Tippitt, W. A. Smith, J. 
B. Holmces, R. D. McAlister, L. C. Wal- 
ters. 




American Society of Mechanical Engineers 



OFFICERS 

President GERALF) B. FRAZIER 

V,< r-President ROBERT D. GRAY 

Treasurer JOHN L. BOLING 

Secretary ZEM F. REEVES 



ASME has as its purpose the promotion of professional 
development and contact with practicing mechanical engi- 
neers through field trips and a diversified speaker program. 
Our speakers were from I.B.M. Federal Systems Division, 
DuPont, and Southern Bell. From these programs the 
members gained insight into the engineering profession. 
Membership is open to students in Mechanical Engineering. 



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Front Row: Kent Howell, Mike Tyner, 
Waldell Mashburn. Herschel Ladner, C. 
W. Easterling, B. G. Hall. Second Row: 
Anthony Lawstuter, Johnny Cook, Erskine 
Wells, Kenneth Smith, Steve Guyton. 



Cardinal Club 



Since its founding in 1927, the Cardinal Club has worked 
to foster school spirit into every freshman. The Cardinal 
Club sponsors such spirit events as freshman roll call at 
pep rallies, the pajama race and building a bonfire before 
the homecoming game. Under the leadership of President 
Mike Tyner, the club sponsored the traditional freshman 
haircuts. 



Standing: Frank Vollor, Eddie Wilme- 
sherr, W. J. Rhodes, K. E. Cooksey. 
Seated: Douglas Wright, Bryan Barksdale, 
J. H. Miles, E. H. Roberts. 



Circle K Club 



Circle K, an international service organization, sponsored 
by Kiwanis International, was established at the University- 
March 29, 1966. The aim of this organization is to render 
unselfish service to the University and community, an ex- 
ample being active in last year's Oxford Pilgramage. 
Present plans include the possible formation of a Key Club 
al Oxford High School. 




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Seated: M. L. Clanton, Jane Collis, S. S. 
Rilchey, H. G. Christopher, S. Sneed. 
Standing:, Susan Chamberlin, Rebecca En- 
lie, L. J. Hurdle, B. Helms, E. R. Hanry. 




Home Economics Club 



From the beginning of home economics, at the turn of 
the century, it has guided women toward the knowledge of 
feeding, clothing the family, and managing a household 
through the use of science. 

Having affiliation with Ole Miss and the American Home 
Economics Association, the University's Home Economics 
club was founded in 1938. 



OFFICERS 

President SARAH SUE RITCHEY 

Vice-President CxAIL CHRISTOPHER 

Secretary JANE COLLINS 

Treasurer SUSAN SNEED 




First Row: Jaskalan Sekhon, Oza Chan- 
drakant, P. N. Vibhandik, Karuna Kak- 
kar, Bipinder Kakkar, N. B. Prabhakara, 
S. N. Shridharani. Second Row: Shan Ra- 
tilal, Manuel Milevin, Krishna Mohan, V. 
V. Rajan, Hari P. Masano, Bhasin Har- 
rish, Patel Dhirv, G. Venkantaramu, M. 
K. Pandya. Third Row: P. N. Sarma, S. 
J. Vankil, A. K. Patel, K. L. Chaudhari, 
J. H. Khalsa, B. D. Dashairya, Indu Muni, 
N. R. Malhotre. 



Indian Association 



The India Association, formed by the Indian Nationals, 
is a fast growing organization. One of the objectives is the 
promotion of I ndo- American and International friendship. 
The Association holds concerts and guest speaker programs 
related to the social and cultural fields depicting life, cus- 
toms, and traditions of India. 



OFFICERS 

President B. D. DASHAIRYA 

Vice-President N. B. PRABHAKARA 

Secretary G. VENKATARAMU 

Treasurer P.N. VIBHANDIK 



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Karate Club Officers: President, Larry 
Whitener; Vice-President, Eddie Taylor; 
Sec.-Treas., Sheila Haney; Instructor, 
Steve StaurofT. 



Karate Club 



Since its beginning this year, the club has stimulated a 
great interest in karate. Members have obtained belts rang- 
ing from orange to black. The club brought many demon- 
strations to the campus this year and several tournaments 
are planned in the future. 








Seated: P. L. Massey, D. M. Thomas, M. 
K. Graves. Standing: E. Quon, P. Norton, 
C. J. Wilson, C. A. Dabbs, L. R. Martin. 



Megaphone Club 

The Megaphone Club's objective is to foster school spirit. 
The club assists the A. S. B. School Spirit Committee and 
Cardinal Club with the Welcome Rebel Party, the Orienta- 
tion committees, and helps with pep rallies. By selling hair 
ribbons to freshmen girls, the club uses the money to help 
pay for rebel flags used at football games. 



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Left to Right: K. W. Densing, H. F. Mar- 
tin, Z. F. Reeves, R. R. Carruth, C. W. 
Rooks, D. P. Huthinson. 



National Society of Professional Engineers 



The student chapter of the National Society of Profes- 
sional Engineers is an organizatio nincluding all engineer- 
ing fields in its membership. The society promotes profes- 
sionalism and interest in the engineering fields. This 
chapter invites lecturers to give programs and promotes 
Engineering Day at the University. 




Phi Beta Lambda 



The Gamma Tan Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda was 
established at the University of Mississippi in 1961. To be 
eligible for membership in Phi Beta Lambda, a student 
must have had or be taking at least three hours of business 
courses and have a 2.00 grade [>oint average. Every spring 
Gamma Tau Chapter is host to the Phi Beta Lambda and 
the 1 1)1. A State Conventions. 



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Front Row: Sidney Potts, Constance 
Slaughter, Franklin Simmons, Professor 
Stephen Gorove, James Baine, Bill Jaquith, 
James Larry Walters. Second Row: Wayne 
Sterling, Bob Cleveland, Donald Bond, 
Joel Kamp, Ralph Turner, Jerry Patton, 
Philip Adams, Andrew Mirabole, George 
Dorrill, Gary Parvin, Waldell Mashburn, 
Wilson Golden. Third Row: Jimmy De- 
deaux, Randall Owens, Roland Skinner, 
Bill Sykes, Mike Stauder, Wade Baine, 
Edwin Snyder, Ben Regan, George Lewis, 
Quentin Till, Dick Brock. Charles Clark, 
George Miller, Eddie Miller, Jimmy 
Mounce. 



International Law Society 

The Lamar Society of International Law was formed at 
the Law School in 1965 and now has a membership of over 
one hundred law students. The society sponsors a number 
of speeches, socials, and other activities. Each year the La- 
mar Society sponsors a team for the Phillip C. Jessup Inter- 
national Moot Court Competition. The team in 1966 tied 
for third place in the national competition. Speakers are 
sponsored who are authorities in international law, inter- 
national business, and diplomacy. 



Front Row: Toni Jordan, David Jones, 
Larry Smith, Steve Elkins, Rick Williams, 
Carl Grissom, Mike Pruitt, John Parks. 
Second Row: Larry Humphreys, Jim 
Lovelace, Curtis Mayers, Steve Sowell, Bill 
Hoffman, Donald Anthony, Pat Woods, 
Alan Becker, Rhett Bond. Third Row: 
Bob Landers, Tommy Beasley, Carl Was- 
son, Alan McGee, Jim Baker, Hooper 
Jones, James Dawes, Binkley Bouton, 
Jimmy Edwards. 



Phi Mu Alpha 

Lambda Chi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fra- 
ternity, the largest fraternity of its kind, was chartered at 
Ole Miss on March 31, 1962. The purposes of this music 
fraternity are to advance the cause of music in America, to 
foster brotherhood of students of music, and to encourage 
loyalty to the Alma Mater. 




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Front Row: Liz Jetton, Jaclyn Spangen- 
berg. Ann Prather, Connie Mann, Sherian 
Carpenter, Betsy Davis, Sandy Steen. Sec- 
ond Row: Linda Glenn, Lonnie Harris, 
Percy Kyle, Mike Milstead, James Flan- 
ders, Betty Poteet. 




Physical Education Majors Club 

Physical Education Majors Club was organized at the 
University October, 1963. Its purposes are advance the 
standards of the profession, cooperate with state and na- 
tional education and recreation major students, faculty, and 
alumni, become acquainted with the work of leaders in 
Physical Education, and stimulate interest in the various 
fields of physical education. 




Officers: Dixie Thomas, Billie Dribben. 
Judy Leech. Not Pictured: Lenore Eth- 
ridge. 



Student Education Association 

The Student Education Association, a professional edu- 
cation organization with chapters throughout the country, 
has as its members students who plan to enter the teaching 
field. Its programs, aimed at developing personal and pro- 
fessional growth and competence, include teaching films, 
practice-teaching panels, and speakers from numerous 
fields. Activities included a tea, a banquet, and a style 

show. 

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Front Row: Carole Cole, Susan Burson, 
Diane Lane, Janie Gilly. Second Row: 
Jennifer Bryon, Betty Carlisle, Karen 
Davis, Suzanne Riley, Lynn Jones. 



Theta Sigma Phi 

Theta Sigma Phi is an honorary organization for women 
based on scholarship and educational contributions. This 
chapter sponsors the "Best Dressed" contest for Glamour 
magazine. The organization works for responsible news 
media and recognizes achievements of women. 





Front Row: Cindy Shelton, Nancy Spray- 
berry, Pam Connor, Susan Talbert, Mary 
Dee Kelley, Edith Baine. Second Row: 
Buzz Green, Mack Henshaw, Hooper 
Jones, Genie Talbert, Bill Hester, Jerry 
Harris. Third Row: Bruce Buchanan, 
James Baine, Sammy Davis, Jerry Gil- 
breath. 



Young Republican's Club 

The club's objective is to help create a two-party system 
in Mississippi. The club helped actively in the past guber- 
natorial campaign. In the spring the club will sponsor a 
seminar on career politics offered by the National Repub- 
lican Committee. 



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The Department of Military Science is a General Mili- 
tary Science Unit of the Senior Division Reserve Officers 
Training Corps. Training is conducted under the direction 
of the Professor of Military Science and his staff of officers 
and non-commissioned officers in accordance with the pro- 
grams and directives established by the Department of the 
Army. 

The mission of the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps 
is to prepare college students for positions of leadership in 
the Army and to commission as junior officers those students 
who display the qualities and attributes essential to their 
progressive and continued development as officers in a 
component of the United States Army. 




COL. T. E. WILLIAMS 
Professor of Military Science 




Lt. Col. Herschel Bagby 



Major James M. Nichols 



Captain Preston Holtry 



Captain Ralph Norman 



Captain Guggenheimer 




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Colonel's Lady 




The Reserve Officers Training Corps is organized as a 
brigade consisting of two battalions of three companies 
each. The Brigade Commander, Cadet Colonel John H. 
Shows, and the Brigade Staff are responsible for conduct- 
ing the leadership laboratory and general supervision of 
brigade activities. The Brigade Comamnder and Staff are 
selected on the basis of their academic and military scho- 
lastic standing and their demonstrated leadership potential 
both on the campus and during summer training at Ft. 
Bragg, North Carolina. 

The Army Sponsor Corps is established for the purposes 
of fostering patriotism, responsibility, and cooperation with- 
in the cadet corps; developing leadership; maintaining high 
moral standards and character; and promoting military, 
civic, and social activities. 



Major Ronald Dickey 
Deputy Brigade Commander 



Major Mike Boland 
Brigade Adjutant 



Major Roderick Russ 
Brigade Training Officer 



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First Battalion 



Major Richard Starmann 
First Battalion Commander 

Fleeta Fox 

First Battalion Sponsor 




Second Battalion 



Major Strawford Dees 
Second Battalion Commander 

Carolyn Bruno 

Second Battalion Sponsor 





Band 

Band — First Row: Jimmy Baker, Thomas Jo- 
seph, Charles McCool, Larry Humphreys, Leo 
CutlifT, Thomas McGee. Second Row: Stephen 
Shirley. Kenny Hayles. Marshall Hollis, Alan 
Becker, Jere Humphreys, Robert Graham, Ar- 
thur Peterson, William Roach, Jr., Danny Jen- 
nings, Charles Payne. Third Row: Keith Fer- 
rell, Alan Giffin. William Ford, Charles Holt, 
Marion Beasley, David Edmondson, Michael 
Parker, Curtis Mayes, Thomas Lonardo, Carl 
Wasson. Charles Newman. Fourth Row: Rus- 
sell Goldstein, Andrew Holmes, Thomas Col- 
lier, Charles Prewett, Joseph Wilson, Jow 
Tackett, Larry Smith, Harold Sides, Malcolm 
Jackson. Fifth Row: James Cox, Thomas 
Stubbs. Dennis Roberts, James Fly, Hal Rig- 
gan, Carroll Mcqueen, Jr., James Woodall, 
James Adams, William Shaw. Not Present: Jo- 
seph Myers, Jimmy Sanders, Eugene Bazaar, 
Billy Luke, Douglas Wright, Philip Holman, 
George Barthel. 



Counter Guerilla 
Platoon 

Counter Guerilla Platoon — First Row: John 
Shackelford, John Poulsen, Richard Heen, 
Michael McMurray, James Donald, Robert 
Clark, Thomas Guider, James Quinn, Rocky 
Joe, Roy Thurmond, Alton Lewis, Jr. Second 
Row: Richard Johnson, Thomas Langmesser, 
Gary Doyle, David Janes, Joseph Osborn, 
Christopher Comer, Luther McEachern, Low- 
ery Posey, James Prewitt. Third Row: Alfred 
Zielinski, Warren Dominick, Stanley Tidwell, 
Arthur Dagostino, Richard Smith, Ronald 
Lindsey, Bartes Guarr, John Fawcett, James 
Chiles. Fourth Row: Stephen Wheeler, Rodger 
Sears, Robert Thadison, Craig Gibson, Presi- 
dent Tillman, Charles Ware, Larry Roe, Poly- 
defkis Kypriandes, Peter Sturgul. Not Present: 
James Beattie, Emory McNoldy, Brooke Dick- 




Captain Ed Williamy 
Company Commander 

Dale Holmes 
Company Sponsor 




Karen Cope 
Band Sponsor 



Kathy Smith 

Counterguerilla 

Sponsor 



Lt. Cleveland 
Huggins 
Drill Platoon 
Leader 



Lt. R. Pederson 
Counterguerilla 
Platoon Leader 



Sgt. Marcus Love Sgt. A. J. Gallo 
First Sgt. Drill Platoon Sgt. 





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Drill Team — First Row: Robert Carney, James 
Baylen, Larry Tillman, Dominic Arcuri, Mi- 
chael Holcomb, Thomas Nichols, Thomas Ve- 
god. Second Ron: Tony Jordan, William Gray, 
Robert Samson, Eric Blackwood, Terry Dennis, 
Charles McEwcn. Third Row: Gary Maynard, 
William Edwards, Thomas Welch, Donald Boy- 
kin, Joel Moore. Fourth Row: Harvey Bien, 
James Caldwell, Robert Plcmmons, Peyton Mc- 
Cool, Kenneth Sullivan. Not Present: Michael 
Mackey, James Graeber, Sidney Robinson. 





Second Lt. William Hayes, 1st Platoon Leader; 
Second Lt. M. J. McAlpin, 2nd Platoon 
Leader; Second Lt. Edward Vandiver, 3rd 
Platoon Leader. 



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First Platoon — FiVit Row: Charles Omara, Robert Norman, James 
Williamson, Robert Davis, James Blauert, John Hatcher, David 
Herring, Wade Spruill, Glenn Galey. Second Row: Frederick 
Searcy, Bruce Lindsey, Thomas Williamson, Danny Gordon, Barry 
Carlisle, Paul Landry, Charles Crumby. Third Row: John Tubbs, 
Donald Whetstine, James Jacks, Sammie Stevens, James Maynor, 
Jr., David Rather. Not Pictured: Larry Roberts, David Mills, 
William Lapolla, Winthrop Acosta, Louis Barnes, Jr., Samuel 
Hiden, Jr., Timothy Strutzel, John Cromeans. 



Second Platoon — First Row: Clay Crockett, Donald Thompson, 
William Pittman, Steven Foxx, Arthur Benson, Charles Bowden, 
Carl Lackey, George Steen, Hiram Dilworth. Second Row: Patrick 
Johnson, James Chustz, John Dannreuther, Dave Garriga, Everett 
Miller, Michael Slocumb, Gerald Godburn, Richard Little. Third 
Row: James Hardin, Garrett Ryan, Eugene Hardison, Edmund 
Montgomery, John Hawkins, James Gabriel, Jere Yates. Not Pic- 
tured: Wayne Martin, James Izard, James Nowlin, Michael Hor- 
lock, Eugene Stone. 




A Company 



Captain Dan Clifton 
Company Commander 

Kathy Cooper 
Company Sponsor 



Third Platoon — First Row: Earl Denham, Terry Thrash, Jerry 
Gilbreath, James Woods, Lowell Locke, Thomas Neely, Jr., Wor- 
mack Smith, George Johnston, Jr., Ronnie Hornbuckle. Second 
Row: David Wilder, Dan Ford, Jr., Robert Richardson, Shelton 
Allen, II, Danny Bailey, Malcolm Rogers, Harvey Ferguson, Shelby 
Nassar. Third Row: Ardis Russell, Lanny Bradford, Richard Ervin, 
Wayne Motsinger, Gary Freeman, William Richburg, Garey Tra- 
han. Not Pictured: David Taylor, Jr., Vernon Kelley, III, James 
Seay, Joseph Geroge, John Corban, Malcolm McPherson. 





:._■: ■ James Langmesser. Basil Allgood. Brad- 

Bershel Lsdr.er. Jack Meyer. Murry 
Tumey, Jimmv Woil A'gie Green. Wallace R.. 

Edwin Roberts. Jr.. Norman Mears. "Will Bennett. John R..- 
Thomas Baumgart. Third R:i John A'.dridge. Lemuel Smith. 
Charles Williams. John Hardin. Tommie Edwards. Jimmj C 

Sellers, Edward Parker. Ralph Sulser. Robert 
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Second Platoon: First Row: Chester Richards, Vernon Shelton. 
Loran Laughlin. George Gober, Robert Perry. Da\id Craig. John 
Richardson. Andrew Rouse. James Grimes. A. Reed. Jr. Second 
Row: William Catlin. III. Ben Royce. Thomas Barnes. Ronald 
Smith. Richard Carlisle. Mark L'ram. William Bryant. Akron Koon. 
Joe Clark. Third Ron-: John Currie, Luther Crull. Jr.. James 
Crutcher. John Canterbury. Kit Bowen. Henderson Moore. III. 
Eugene Mclaurin. Michael Jones. Sot Pictured: William Robison. 
James Smith. Robert Starmann. 



B Company 



Captain Richard 
Company Commander 

Sallie Eaton 
Company Sponsor 




Lt John Vandivender. 1st Platoon Leader; Lt. 
John White. 2nd Platoon Leader: Lt. Robert 
Herring. 3rd Platoon Leader: Sgt. Michael 
Johnson. First Sgt. 




Third Platoon — First Row: Paul Kosko. Chauncey Godwin. Sid- 
ney Derrick. Charles McQueen. Norton McKeigney. James Mc- 
Cullar. Daniel Hilsabeck. Charles Easterling. Douglas Gray. Sec- 
ond Row: Edwin Goodnight. Terry Pieralisi. Rian Ringsrud. Ar- 
thur Derrick. II. Edmund Wilkins. Gregory Scott. Frank Street. 
Thomas Smith. Robert Daniel. Third Row: James Overstreet, Jr., 
Leslie Hoover. James Haik. Richard Brown. William Johnson, 
Melvin Rich. Bradley Fournier. Edward Bryant. Marc Bartels. 
Robert Bills. John Jones. Not Pictured: Merwin McCoy, James 
Champion. Jr.. Michael Dickson. Robert Saunders. 

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First Platoon: F/rrf fio»: Richard Peterson, Jr., Robert Lovelace, 
Victor Nix, III, Clarence Craig, Jr., John Cleveland, Harrison 
Wilder, Dean Vance, Joseph Mcllwain, Robert Brotherton, David 
Sheffield. Second Row: James Hicks, III, Richard Lenoir, Jr.. 
Martin Roberts, Barnie Bramlett, Jr., James Cockerham, David 
Lake, Robert Swilley, Randy Collums, William Gresham, Billy- 
Staggers. Third Row: Carman Dixon, Jr., Steven Bowman, Green 
Greer, Steven Sanders, Terry Morris, Kenneth Richards, Gary 
Siegel, James Newton, John Tanner, Edward Donovan. Fourth 
Row: James Warren, Robert Nevels, William Phillips. John Laney, 
Hampton Stewart, Tom Trout, Danny Rhea, Charles Callaway, 
Robert Smith, Miller Loosier. Not Pictured: James McLoud, 
Thomas Robinson, Ronald Goodin, William Kline, William Cald- 
well, James Reynolds, Riley Myers. 




Second Platoon: First Row: Allen Hovious, Joseph Griffin, David 
Henry, Walter Peterson, Ray Landry, Roy Keeton, John Herm, 
Howard Smith, John Stone, William Lester. Second Row: Jimmie 
Rose, Rayford Dukes, Larry Dillard, Leslie Crawford. Jr.. Mark 
Tew, John Atkinson, Charles Blount, Hubert Massengale, Arthur 
Bakeler. Third Row: Timothy McGahey, Duncan Gray, Barney 
McNeely, Bert Cupit, Charles Wadlington, Lee Coleman, William 
Horn. William Shappley. Fourth Row: Arlen Biddle, Gerald Gay, 
Rupert Lyon, John Rayburn, Thomas Williams, Ronnie Wedge- 
worth, Robert Nance, Thomas Garrigan. David Butts, Jr. Not Pic- 
tured: Elton Thomas, Jr., Kenneth Fly, James Gray, Jerry 
Clement. Adam Mitchell, Jr., Thomas Chapman, Steve Wong, 
Brent Ghumbler, James Evans, James Hadley. 



C Company 



Captain Don Dees 
Company Commander 

Zetta Bryant 
Company Sponsor 





Lt. Edward Deustchly, First Platoon Leader; 
Lt. Frank Austin, Second Platoon Leader; Lt. 
Bennett Mott, Third Platoon Leader; Sgt. Wil- 
lis Pope, First Sgt. 






Third Platoon: First Row: Joe Gay, Paul Parker, Jackie Rolison. 
Devotie Brister, Leslie Leigh, James Clark, Jr., Keith Wilson, Earl 
Vaughn, Charles Smith. Second Row: William Harris, Terry Gil- 
lespie, Kenneth Wilkinson, Larry McCay, Daniel Kauzlarich, 
George Sellers, James Stokes, Jr., Terry Kincaid, Billy Denton. 
Third Row: Charles Denton, James Stein, Shelby Grubbs, Arch 
Corley, Barry Lyle, Fred Witty, Robert Hughes, Vincent Liberto. 
Fourth Row: William Deberry, John Schlichtman, Larry Coleman, 
Gerald Gardner, Kiffin Craven, Jr., George Archer, Neal Thomp- 
son. Not Pictured: Don Wood, James Reid, William Makowiecki, 
Hugh Bosworth, Jr., Barry Wilson, Paul Snyder, Edward Tollison, 
James Garrity, Edward Woo, Jerry Jefcoat, Claude Haraway. 






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Captain Floyd Sulser 
Company Commander 

Shelley Schuyler 
Company Sponsor 







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First Platoon: First Row: Henry Black, Joe Ross, Jr., Eustace 
Winn, William Lyon, John Ulmer, David Mills, James Parker, Jr., 
Charles Kelly, Gerald Jones, David Beene, George Gwin. Second 
Row: Robert Avent, Robert Fisher, Joe Crudup, Larry Kelso, Rus- 
sell Elliott, James Ducker, Richard Molpus, Michael Foley, Ken- 
neth Bratton. Third Row: William Myers, Randell Holley, John 
Hartin, William Gupton, William Haik, Raymond Gunn, Gregory 
Fagan, Thomas Thames, John Henderson. Fourth Row: William 
Withers, George Caldwell, Stephen Clouse, John Gill, John Gallo- 
way, William Stone, David Lambert, Thomas Cloar, Harper Young. 
Not Pictured: Murray Gilliam, Bard Selden, John Thornton, 
Robert Webb, Jr., William Bruce, John Porter, Walter Primos, 
Robert Goff, Jan Scarbrough, Jon Sanders. 



Second Platoon. First Row: Ira Carpenter, Jr., William Hester, 
Billy Varnado, Alan Till, Sam Ashworth, Leslie Feigley, Dean 
Blackwell, Charles Joiner, Edmorid Patterson, Samuel McCall, 
Jefferson Kimbro. Second Row: Walter Elliott, William Drink- 
water, Jr., David Gleason, Alex Kiamie, Jr., John Craft, James 
Brock, Jr., Michael Thompson, Wyatt Harlow, George Phillips, 
Fred Baddour. Third Row: Ronald Cardwell, David Bridgers, Jr., 
Winthrop Acosta, Rickey Koon, Samuel Daniel, Joseph Houston, 
William Hubbard, Harry Gong, Robert Smith. Fourth Row: Hugh 
Cowsert, III, Steven Smith, Ira White, Randy Leary, Daniel 
Adams, James Townsend, Newton King, James Colson, Adolph 
Treppendahl. Not Pictured: David Meacham, Joseph Randall, 
Donnie Kay, Woodrow Galyean, Donald Wells, David Palmer. 



Third Platoon: First Row: Luther Gollott, Frederick Bryant, Tal- 
bot McCain, Tom Assaf, Mike Long, Colmon Mitchell, William 
Cook, David Joe. Second Row: Dwight Luter, Robert Williams, 
Jr., John Povall, Jonathan Staryk, Daniel McCarty, Glen Stinson, 
John Burk, John White. Third Row: Ronnie Johnson, Kenneth 
Keller, Maurice Gole, Woolsey Caye, Jr., David Watkins, Lauren 
Barton, Jacob Guice. Fourth Row: David Pearce, John Simpson, 
Greg Brand, Martin Chryst, Samuel Seay, Charles Myers, Douglas 
Cooper, James Sumrall. Not Pictured: Edward Peacock, III, 
Robert Tabeling, Walter Ross, Kenneth Keller, John Gough, Mau- 
rice Gole, Stephen Caruso, William Overdyle, Gordon Strom, Jr., 
James May, Theodore Cobuin, Tommy Willis. 



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Captain Lester Smith 
Company Commander 

Katherine Rice 
Company Sponsor 




First Platoon: First Row: Jim Blough, Thomas Bearden, Ronald 
Ragland, Charles Foose, Charles Rhea, Jimmy King, Ralph Crum, 
Stephen Saway, Jerry Riley, James Boyles. Second Row: Michael 
Kitchen, Steve Owens, Joseph Matulich, H. Erikson, James King, 
Frank Smith, III, William King, Jay Vestal, Henry Holifield. 
Third Row: Edward Lyon, David Mitchell, William Litton, Den- 
nis Shupe, Lancelot Minor, III, Thomas Tucei, William Erb, Da- 
vid Kinard. Fourth Row: Charles Grantham, Gary Theis, Hugh 
Parks, Rondy Heavener, John Purdom, Carl Leach, Claude Maley, 
Jr., Eugene Vanevery. Not Pictured: Robert Stringer, Harry 
Crimm, Thomas Livingston, Van Manning, William Jenkins, Rob- 
ert Sams, Elwin Mann, William Mize, III, Randall Lipschultz. 



Second Platoon: First Row: Joel Payne, Jr., Wylie Richards, Em- 
mett Hall, John Griffith, Vern Pokorny, Thomas Gee, Samuel En- 
dicott, Edwin Meeks, George Fair, Noble Moore. Second Row: 
Bradford Stewart, Vincent Marascalco, Allen Hodges, Ricky King, 
Harold Barker, James Barrett, Michael Smith, Walter Crafton, 
Absalom Jackson. Third Row: John Wallis, Jr., Alva Wylie, Paul 
Moak, Jeffrey Horn, William Dunavant, Ronald McCoy, Bradford 
Breeland, Barry Blailock. Fourth Row: John Reddoch, III, Michael 
King, David Jefcoats, Mikie Inmon, Kenneth Sudduth, Malcolm 
Bailey, Albert Souder, Howard Gary. Not Pictured: Reggie Cul- 
lums, David Butler, Gharles Newman, Bruce Triplett, Carl Was- 
son, Charles Seab, William Gray, Edward Hunsucker, Reedy Mc- 
Lellan. 




Third Platoon: First Row: Thomas Ingels, Walter Marston, John 
Bottom, III, Roland Young, Donald Dickerson, Robert Weeks, 
William Simmons, Billy Shepard, Wendell Trapp, Jr., Robert 
Myers. Second Row: Henderson Hall, Jr., Stephen Clary, Cecil 
Vick, James Whatley, Donald Shields, Walter Dickson, Joe Flip- 
pin. Third Row: Thomas Jones, Billy Barlow, Thomas Reckten- 
wald, Vincent Skorupski, Clarence Scales, Joseph Bell, David 
Ethridge. Fourth Row: James Weems, Jr., Burke Torrey, Charles 
Smyly, Hartley Kittle, II, Robert Covert, James Stahnke, Jr., Con- 
rad Saldona. Not Pictured: Russell Goldstein, Kenny Hayles, Jo- 
seph Tarpley, Alden Hiett, Frank Tinnon, David Forrester, Roger 
Mattei, Alan Griffin, William Featherstone, John Rawlings, James 
Vaughan, Marvin Sparks, Timothy Singley. 




Lt. J. A. White, Second Platoon Leader; Lt. 
Ken Dreher, Third Platoon Leader; Sgt. Bob 
Anderson, First Sgt. 



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Naval Science 



The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps was estab- 
lished at the University of Mississippi in June of 1946 for 
the purpose of training carefully selected young men for 
commissions as Ensigns in the United States Navy or as 
Second Lieutenants in the United States Marine Corps. 

The Department of the Navy pays for four full years of 
college for those who are enrolled as Regular Students in 
the program. A student may become a Regular by passing 
nation-wide competitive examinations, both physical and 
mental. A student who fails in these tests may become a 
Contract Student by applying directly to the unit on 
campus. 

For the fifth consecutive year the Navy Drill Team won 
the campus Army-Navy Drill Competition. This year was 
marked by the retirement of Captain Robert W. Slye, unit 
commander, after thirty-four years in the Navy. 



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Captain Robert W. Slye 
Professor of Naval Science 




Alfred Beavert 
Lt. Commander 



Thomas Derry 
Lieutenant 



Burton Barnhart 
Chief Petty Officer 



Rau Davenport 
S.Sgt. 



George Wallace 
Chief Yoeman 



Naval Science 
Sponsors 



First Row: Kay White, Kay Mc- 
Hara;, Eunice Bolt, Susan Pierce. 
Second Row: Betty Brommer, 
Barbara Young, Paula Anderson. 
Vanri Campbell. Third Row: 
Sharon McLaurin, Babs Bradley. 
Deborah Brown, Lynn Coates. 
Cynthia Chrestman. 




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Left to right: J. R. Flandburg, R. L. Winther, R. S. Rhodes, J. T. 
Gibbs, F. J. McDonnell, H. McGehee. 



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Battalion Staff: G. R. Caloway, Battalion Commander; W. A. 
Roper, Executive Officer; R. L. Whitaker, Adjutant; J. L. Mc- 
Namara, Operations Officer; J. A. Donald, Supply Officer. 



Left to right: R. S. Fitzpatrick, J. H. Abies, M. A. Crouch, J. D. 
Alexander. 



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First Platoon: Front Row: J. L. Dover, J. G. Anderson, W. D. 
Smothers, K. K. Beyer, R. E. King, D. T. Holcolm, W. H. Street, 
R. D. Moore, A. D. Jones. Second Row: C. D. Thompson, G. R. 
Booth, J. M. Harral, B. E. Jolley, W. C. Stoltq, J. J. Crongeyer, 
C. W. Montgomery, M. L. Lowery. Third Row: R. B. Ellis, J. C. 
Batte, S. Varadi, A. J. Word, D. A. Wiater, J. B. Jones. 



J. L. Dover, Platoon Commander; H. E. Lunsford, Platoon MPO; 
C. A. Dunn, Platoon Commander; E. T. McCullar, Platoon MPO. 



D. C. Elmore 
Commanding Officer 



Second Platoon: Front Row: W. S. Bozeman, D. L. Molpus, J. C. 
Stanley, P. E. Farnsworth, N. L. Holland, T. J. Sulilvan, J. E. 
Boggess, R. T. Cook, H. E. Lunsford. Second Row: T. M. Con- 
nors, T. J. Kierman, D. K. Jurgensen, J. R. Tickle, G. E. Spur- 
geon, J. D. Rodgers, J. W. May, T. C. Harty. Third Row: J. T. 
Wells, W. M. Abernethy, J. C. Burnett, G. N. Bullard, D. D. 
McAler, T. O. DeMoss, P. N. Hart, E. P. Peabody. 




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First Platoon: Front Row: E. L. Hardister, J. K. Hartwell, D. T. 
McKessy, W. L. Hall, R. R. Weils, T. R. Todd, R. W. Sartain, 
J. R. Tatum, W. D. Gray. Second Row: R. W. Hyde, F. X. Braun, 
W. P. Maloney, D. K. Howell, R. A. Maples, M. B. Bryant, J. S. 
Cotten, J. F. Daves. Third Row: W. L. Lavallee, M. E. Poole, H. 
R. Wallace, J. R. Parker, E. H. Wright, B. E. McCants, R. M. 
Cunningham, M. Hamp. 




E. L. Hardister, Platoon Commander; J. K. Hartwell, Platoon 
MPO; D. L. Booher, Platoon Commander; M. E. Bellamy, Pla- 
toon MPO. 




R. E. Russell 
Commanding Officer 



Second Platoon: Front Row: R. T. Gordon, J. P. Lamphron, S. A. 
Batrosh, W. H. Stubblefield, J. Gavanaugh, W. W. Bachman, F. S. 
Hartsfield, E. T. McCullar. Second Row: T. E. K,ruse, G. L. Boyll, 
D. M. Birdwell, T. M. Straub, J. G. Thomas, K. D. Farragut, M. 
D. Wade. Third Row: H. H. Mitchell, D. L. Browning, S. W. 
Davis, J. D. Thompson, M. D. Stauqer, J. M. Hindshaw, D. J. 
Turner. 



Bravo Company 




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First Platoon: Front Row: F. W. Hudson, J. H. Lowry, F. G. Vol- 
lor, R. D. Shoemaker, T. B. Wiener, T. F. Whitman, W. H. Sadler. 
Second Row: S. W. Neill, W. R. Eaton, R. A. White, O. F. Alex- 
ander, J. H. Galberry, T. J. Pepper, J. L. McNamara. Third Row: 
M. D. Hobbs, J. M. Booth, R. R. Jones, J. D. Caldwell, M. L. 
Dryden, F. V. Wilkey, T. H. Smith. 



W. L. Lavallee, Platoon Commander; W. H. Sadler, Platoon MPO; 
I. H. Nelson, Platoon Commander; R. N. Graham, Platoon MPO. 



F. W. Hudson 
Commanding Officer 



Charlie Company 



Second Platoon: Front Row: I. H. Nelson, R. D. Smith, T. M. 
Mayhugh, J. B. Walzak, B. L. Cooke, J. M. Harper, J. D. Minor, 
P. T. Freel. Second Row: M. Bellamy, R. C. Williams, K. H. Oil- 
schlager, S. R. Rogers, D. B. Hope, J. G. Wakeland, J. Clarke, 
T. S. Bridges. Third Row: S. A. Harris, R. E. Mabus, M. P. Vest, 
R. A. Miller, T. A. Militello, D. N. McBee, J. C. Dessommes, G. 
R. Rhoades. 




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Anchor 

and Chain 



Front Row: D. L. Bootier, G. R. Caloway, D. C. Elmore, I. H. Nelson. Second Row: R. E. Ma- 
bus, S. K. Howell, J. G. Anderson, R. D. Smith. Third Row: C. D. Thompson, R. S. Rhodes, 
J. J. Gibbs, F. Vollor. 



Drum and Bugle Corps 



Front Row: J. M. Wall, M. W. Latham, R. E. Dove, J. R. Stodes, 
W. H. Rigby, J. R. Bryan. Second Row: T. L. Daniels, M. S. West, 



P. I. Arbuthnot, P. L. Dav.es. Third Row: J. O. Spence, S. L. 
Shalles, T. R. Standridge, W. D. B. Olafsen. 




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Drill provides the cadets with practical training. 



Drill Team 



Drill Team: Front Row: R. L. Whitaker, H. L. Ogden, C. W. 
Broun, J. A. Carden, R. S. Buffington, S. C. Dombrowski, H. D. 
Laumbattus, C. J. Oliver. Second Row: C. L. Lecmon, J. P. Camp- 



bell, V. R. Nellis, E. L. McClendon, W. L. Bishop, R. F. Low- 
stutuer, S. T. Lloyd. Third Row: R. Sipos, R. C. Crossley, E. E. 
Williams, R. W. Whitney, J. K. Kossum, P. L. Simpson. 




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N.R.O.T.C. Sponsors 






First Row: Paula Anderson, Marilyn Blakeslee, Babs Bradley, 
Eunice Bolt, Betty Brommer, Deborah Brown, Cynthia Chrestman, 
Lynn Coates. Second Row: Anita Grimes, Kay McHarg, Sharon 
McLaurin, Cindy Morrison, Susan Pierce, Kay White, Barbara 
Woodbury, Barbara Young. 



Order Arms. 




Air Force ROTC 



The Department of Aerospace Studies, a unit of the Air 
Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, falls under the joint 
jurisdiction of the University of Mississippi and the De- 
partment of the Air Force. The mission of Air Force ROTC 
is to commission career-oriented officers to meet specific 
U. S. Air Force requirements. 

Air Force ROTC cadets in the four-year program may 
compete for scholarships that pay tuition, books, and lab- 
oratory expenses along with $50 per month in subsistence. 

Angel Flight is the co-ed auxiliary to and is sponsored by 
the Arnold Air Society. Its purposes are to promote interest 
in the Air Force, to obtain information concerning the 
military services, and to aid in the programs of the Arnold 
Air Society. 




LT. COLONEL GLEN M. SANFORD 

Professor of Aerospace Studies 




Clark Everett, Jr. Burton D. Zeiler William R. Cooke Wiley Brooks, Jr. Freddy Townsend Ernest S. Smith 
Major Captain Captain Captain T/Sgt. AIC 



Richard J. Rachal Forrest A. Morrison 
S/Sgt. S/Sgt. 



BETTYE B. WHITTEN 

Commander of Angel Flight 



LARRY J. COPELAND 

Wing Commander 





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Arnold Air Society 



Front Row: Nathan Mackey, W. Lame, L. Copeland, D. Rushing. 
Second Row: W. Arnold, C. Nealy, G. Carter, W. Martin, Bill 
Guy, D. Kelso, J. Laurenzi, W. Webb. Third Row: J. Mclntyre, 



Angel Flight 



First Row: Patty Canty, Kathleen Cole- 
man, Madeline Cunningham, Beth Eichold. 



Second Row: Julie Farr, Jane Carol 
Foshee, Janie Fuller, Carolyn Jones. 



Third Row: Ellen O'Neal, Walterine Per- 
menter, Ginger Powell, Betty Rowzee. 



Fourth Row: Laurie Simpson, Martha Tate 
Stokely, Deen Strickland, Betty B. Whitten. 



M. Brett, M. Brent, D .Peaks, E. Davis, H. Powers, B. Dodson, L. 
Graeber. Fourth Row: E. Schweitzer, J. Potuk, B. Lavers, T. 
Chaeirs. 




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Senior Advanced 
AFROTC Cadets 



Front Row: L. Copeland, W. Guy, D. Hutchinson, D. Rushing, 
W. Webb. Second Row: W. Larue, D. Kelso, J. Laurenzi, W. Ar- 
nold, C. Nealey, M. Harrison. Third Row: T. Cheirs, H. Powers, 
N. Mackey, M. Brett, J. Mclntyre. 




Junior Advanced 
AFROTC Cadets 



Front Row: J. Potuk, L. Graeber, J. Gouras, G. Carter, B. Sloan, 
J. Dodson, B. Lavers, J. Johnson, M. Fore. Second Row: E. 
Schweitzer, M. Brent, B. Nunnery, E. Davis, C. Richardson, C. 
Quarterman, S. Vassallo, J. Shanahan, P. Albano, J. Martin, D. 
Peaks. Not Pictured: Carson Hughes. 



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Look at those phonies across the street. 



Panhellenic 
Council 



Rush must go on — rain, snow, or sleet 



OFFICERS 

President FAY TULLOS 

Vice-President CARLA CROSS 

Secretary JEANNE NECAISE 

Treasurer SUSAN SHARP 



To promote inter-sorority cooperation, the members of 
the ten sororities at the University of Mississippi have or- 
ganized a group known as the Panhellenic Council. Its main 
purpose is to promote understanding and cooperation 
among the members of the sororities and to regulate and 
enforce all rushing rules. 

Always working for the good of the University, Pan- 
hellenic strives to promote fine intellectual achievement 
and scholarship, to maintain high social standards, and to 
promote worthy projects on and off the campus. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 

Barbara Frank 
Jean Smith 
Janelle Cranford 

ALPHA OMICRON 

Susan Burson 
Ellen Wales 
Melanie Sanders 



PI 



DELTA GAMMA 
Carol Jones 
Judy Pierce 
Sandy Kelsey 

DELTA DELTA DELTA 
Betty B. Whitten 
Fleeta Fox 
Princey Scurry 



PHI MU 

Leslie Westbrook 
Dixie Thomas 
Donna Edwards 

PI BETA PHI 

Sara Sue Ritchey 
Cindy Morrison 
Barbara Cox 



CHI OMEGA 

Sally Holloman 
Betty Stewart 
Gayle Golden 



KAPPA DELTA 

Sallie Thomas 
Linda Luke 
Diane Williams 

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 
Jan Singleton 
Sarah Gay Craig 
Gayle Smith 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 
Jane Young 
Sylvia Allen 
Mary L. Cissna 



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ADPi's eating ice cream for a refreshing change. 



Alpha Delta Pi 




The oldest secret society for college women, Alpha Delta 
Pi was founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female 
College in Macon, Georgia. Delta Sigma Chapter of Alpha 
Delta Pi was established on the Ole Miss campus on Feb- 
ruary 25, 1961. 

The Alpha Delta Pi's are active in scholarship, leadership, 
and participate in all facets of university life. Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Cwens, and Alpha Epsi- 
lon- Delta are among the honorary fraternities in which 
ADPi's are members. Other organizations in which they 
take an active part are Committee of 100, Phi Beta Lamb- 
da, Kappa Epsilon, the Mississippian Staff, and WRA. 

Also active in philanthropic areas ADPi contributes to 
the Cripple Children's Fund and the Heart Fund. 



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First Row: 

Martha Bearden, Connie Berry, Chi is 
Blair, Sandra Bloodworth, Leslie Bran- 
don, Bonnie Broadfoot, Nancy Brum- 
field. 



Second Row: 

Betty Carlisle, Sylvia Chamblee, Cher- 
yl Chisin, Lillye Collins, Janice Coth- 
ran, Janelle Cranford, Carla Cross. 



Third Row: 

Gloria Daniels, Marcia Decker, Fahey 
Dibenedetto, Linda Jo Dickerson, 
Cheryl Drennan, Rose Ann Duncan, 
Victoria Duncan. 



Fourth Row: 

Barbara Dyre, Kay Edwards, Lee Ein- 
haus, Nancy Ellis, Lorabeth Fisher, 
Barbara Frank, Linda Gregory. 



Fifth Row: 

Judith Hamner, Carolyn Harris, Sandi 
Harrison, Kathy Hulen, Jane Jones, 
Sara Jones, Elaine Keown. 



Sixth Row: 

Sandra Kidd, Brenda Kimbrough, Ve- 
ta Kucewicz, Constance Lax, Mary 
Lockhart, Martha McMurry, Susan 
McNamee. 



Seventh Row: 

Paula Meek, Anna Mize, Patricia 
Moody, Cathrine Nance, Paula Nor- 
ton, Patricia Payne, Saundra Pounds. 



F.ighth Row: 

Pamela Presley, Charlotte Price, Linda 
Reel, Amy Jo Smith, Jean Smith, 
Margaret Steen, Alison Teague. 



Ninth Row: 

Betty Wampler, Mickey Williams. 



Not Pictured: 

Marjorie Burton, Joann Capparelle, 
Elizabeth Coldvvell, Evelyn Finch, 
Ruth Fischelmayer, Charlotte Freund, 
Sharon Hogue, Dorothy Hopkins, 
Catherine Hurt, Charlotte Keeton, 
Mary Kelley, Frances Martin, Linda 
Martin, Linda Nulta, Jeannie Smith, 
Tonja Tucker. 





AOPi's and Coach Perry on parade. 



Alpha Omicron Pi 




Nu Beta Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was established 
at Ole Miss in 1957. 

AOPi's are members of Mortarboard, Cwens, University 
Scholars, a Taylor Medalist, and two Carrier Scholars. 
Elinor Haney is President of Phi Beta Lambda. Linda 
Baker is the president of WRA. Babs Bradley is a Navy 
sponsor and Dathy Smith is a Army sponsor. Suzanne Cor- 
retti and Linda Ruth Harvey serve as feature twirlers. 
Susan Reed serves the AWS as Judicial Chairman and is 
a member of Who's Who. Babs Bradley is one of the top 
five beauties and first alternate to best-dressed. Betty Shaw 
is the Sigma Chi Derby Day Queen. You now have a small 
picture of the scope of AOPi — well-rounded, versatile, tal- 
ented, beautiful, and sincerely interested. 



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Fin* /?oh>: 

Kathy Abraham, Barbara J. Alexan- 
der, Vcnnie Allen, Karen Atchley, Ann 
Avery, {Catherine Bailey, Linda Baker, 
Margaret Eliz Barhee. 



Second Row: 

Phyllis Beckwith, Pamela Bedgood, 
Susan Boone, Suelen Booth, Bonnie 
Bowen, Nan Britton, Fredda Brown, 
Elizabeth Bullock. 



Third Row: 

Mary Burson, Sally Burson, Susan Bur- 
son, Carol Carver, Merry Cooper, E. 
Corretti, Karen Davis, Betty Dees. 



Fourth Row: 

Marsha Duncan, Leslie Farr, Janis 
Farris, Helen Ferguson, Deborah Free- 
man, Rieth Girod, Kay Gordon, Beth 
Gramling. 



Fifth Row: 

Elinor Haney, Mary Harmon, Linda 
Harvey, Randy Henderson, Sarah 
Henderson, Judy Hudson, Suzanne 
Hudson, Leslie Hybergen. 



Sixth Row: 

Sandra Idom, Charlotte Jackson, 
Dorothy Jameson, Cheryl Johnson, 
Nancy Knox, Lois Lafollette, Jane 
Lauderdale, Linda Leonard. 



Seventh Row: 

Mary McCord, Betty McDowell, Kai 
McMillan, Linda McNeely, Judi Mil- 
stead, Nita Nash, Jacqueline Palmer, 
Virginia Palmer. 



Eighth Row: 

Dorothy Parish, Patricia Paul, Pamela 
Penick, Marilyn Polk, Susan Quarter- 
man, Susan Reed, Nancy Richards, 
Jane Riggs. 



Ninth Row: 

Suzanne Riley, Elba Sanders. Melanie 
Sanders, Elise Sanford, Bonnie Schoen- 
knecht, Millicent Shannon, Susan 
Thomas, Deborah Timmins. 



Tenth Row: 

Ellen Wailes, Mary Waring, Sandra 
Wilkins, Dorothy Williams, Sunni 
Wilson, Nancy Womack, Janis Woolly. 



Not Pictured: 

Theresa Baxter, Barbara Bradley, El- 
len Elder, Janis Parker, Edith Perry. 





Reach out — I'll be there. 



Chi Omega 




Tau Chapter of Chi Omega, founded here in 1899, has 
again proved itself worthy of its name at Ole Miss. Chi 
Omegas won the Scholarship Trophy for the sixth straight 
semester. Chi O's are members of academic organizations — 
Mortar Board, Cwens, and Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Amanda Povall serves as Secretary of the ASB, while 
Robin Fulcher serves as President of the YWCA. Chi O is 
also well represented by Army, Air Force ROTC, and Navy 
sponsors. Beth Eichold served as varsity cheerleader. 1967 
Homecoming Maids were Linda Gunn and Janet Newell. 

Cynthia Chrestman, Shelley Schyler, and Andrea Sud- 
duth were elected favorites while Jane Carol Foshee and 
Sally Holloman were selected as Top Five Beauties. 

Fraternity sweethearts are. Dale Dalton, Kappa Sigma; 
Lynn Taylor, Phi Delta Theta; and Beth Eichold, Sigma 
Chi lifetime sweetheart. 



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First Row: 

Cathleen Adams, Ethel Archer, Eliza- 
beth Bell, Jenny Biggers, Cecelia Block, 
Mary Bobb, Martha Bowen, Mary 
Bowen, Anne Bradley. 



Second Row: 

Gay Bramlett, Suzan Brown, Mary 
Bryant, Donna Buford, Merle Butler, 
Candace Carroll, Nancy Carruth, 
Deborah Chennault, Cynthia Chrest- 
man. 



Third Row: 

Deane Chrestman, Candy Croft, Dale 
Dalton, Sallie Eaton, Martha Edmon- 
son, Sherry Edwards, Elizabeth Eich- 
old, Sarabeth Ellis, Judith Etheridge. 



Fourth Row: 

Laura Ethridge, Lenore Lewis Eth- 
ridge, Helen Fant, Jane Foshee, Helen 
Fulcher, Jane Fuller, Gayle Golden, 
Geri Graeber, Martha Haney. 



Fifth Row: 

Judy Hasting, Dale Hawkins, Mary 
Delle Herlong, Mary Lewis Herndon, 
Judy Hobby, Daudet Johnston, Caro- 
lyn Jones, Allison Kerr, Ann King. 



Sixth Row: 

Maud Kuykendall, Margaret Longino, 
Lucretia Luckett, Patricia McCabe, 
Leslie Mclntyre, Lucille Mahon, Miri- 
am Malone, Blanche Mann, Melissa 
Massengill. 



Seventh Row: 

Mildred Milner, Nancy Moore, Eliza- 
beth Morris, Nancy Norman, Ann 
Perkins, Armstrong Pillow, Amanda 
Povall, Margaret Anne Powers, Sarah 
Prude. 



Eighth Row: 

Catherine Quinn, Patricia Reagan, 
Shelley Schuyler, Kathleen Scott, 
Mariette Stewart, Betty Sugg, Pat Tal- 
bot, Lynn Taylor, Eloise Tenney. 



Ninth Row: 

Norma Thompson, Carroll Thornton, 
Rhoda Thornton, Helen Tindall, Carol 
Vail, Teresa Vaughn, Karen Walcott, 
Norma Weaver, Mary Welty. 



Tenth Row: 

Judy West, Janet White, Julia White, 
Judy Williams, Ethel Wood, Margaret 
Yates. 



Not Pictured: 

Mary Borthwick, Judy Boyd, Lady 
Gilfoy, Linda Gunn, Nancy Hill, Sara 
Holloman, Lynn Jones, Kathryn Kel- 
ley, Rebecca Lovelace, Mary Meek, 
Janet Newell, Charlotte Parker, Kath- 
erine Rice, Martha Russell, Susanne 
Sandifer, Sherry Scarbrough, Sally 
Scoit, Ann Semmes, Andrea Sudduth, 
Jane Sutherland. 



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Thank God this is the last time I have to put this stupid skit on. 



Delta Delta Delta 




The spirit of Delta Delta Delta is present in every phase 
of campus life at Ole Miss. 

Leaders include Betty McAlexander, President of AWS, 
and various Senate representatives. Carolyn Bruno is a 
Rebel Cheerleader and Cindy Chapman served in the 
Homecoming Court. 

Tri Delta beauties include Martha Tate Stokely, Miss 
University; Judy Rost, Top Ten Beauty; three fraternity 
sweethearts; Carolyn Bruno and Dale Holmes, Ole Miss 
Favorites. 

Deltas claim 3 army sponsors and 3 in Angel Flight with 
Bettye B. Whitten as Commander. They are also well rep- 
resented as Carrier Scholars, Mortar Board, Cwens, Alpha 
Lambda Delta with Rivers King as President, Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities, and Committee of 
100. As a group, the DDD's won first place in Deby day. 



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First Row: 

Julia Alvarez, Caroline Barbour, Oli- 
via Bigger, Martha Black, Ann Bowen, 
Mary Braddock, Grace Braun, Mary 
Bruno, Harriette Bryson, Courtney 
Bunn. 



Second Row: 

Barbara Burnham, Bonnie Burns, 
Pamela Butts, Suzann Buzard, Rita 
Cabaniss, Katherine Cain, Cameron 
Chapman, Cynthia Chapman, Frances 
Clark, Missy Cobb. 



Third Row: 

Susan Cole, Kathleen Coleman, Susan 
Cross, Christopher Curran, Leigh Da- 
vidson, Nancy Egger, Judy Elam, Lois 
Estes, Elizabeth Fair, Jeanne Fair. 



Fourth Row: 

Katharine Broadwell Flagg, Fleeta 
Fox, Laurie Graham, Lillian Graham, 
Carolyn Guice, Varner Hones, Jean 
Holmes, Delia Hyde, Catherine In- 
gram, Mary Jobe. 



Fifth Row: 

Jan Johnson, Judith Joyner, Bonnie 
Kearney, Agnes King, Rivers King, 
Sherry Kingery, Mary Kirkpatrick, 
Patti Laberge, Georgia Lemon, Peggy 
Litton. 



Sixth Row: 

Linda Long, Betty McAlexander, Rose- 
lyn McCord, Virginia Mclntyre, Jo- 
hnanne Martiniere, Martha Melton, 
Marilyn Mercer, Jean Merrell, Kath- 
erine Milner, Carolyn Morrison. 



Seventh Row: 

Mary Motlow, Ann Murphy, Terry 
Obarr, Mardie Olson, Margaret Ol- 
son, Marguerite Puryear, Mary Rain- 
er, Carolyn Robertson, Barbara Ross, 
Elizabeth Scott. 



Flight h Row: 

Isabelle Scurry, Anne Slaughter, Lin- 
da Ann Smith, Dee Speakes, Del 
Speakes, Phoebe Spencer, Kathleen 
Squires, Martha Tate Stokely, Miriam 
Stone, Mimi Stovall. 



Ninth Row: 

Merry Temple, Patricia Thompson, 
Julia Truman, Rebecca Walker, Gail 
Walsh, Janie White, Bettye Whitten, 
Nancy Whitten, Elaine Wilcox, B. 
Williams. 



Tenth Row: 

Sandra Williams, Yvonne Williams, 
Emily Woodside. 



Not Pictured: 

Candyce Barnes, Mary Barrow, Betty 
Blackburn, Diane Burton, Mary Caul- 
field, Carolyn Flagg, Catherine Jones, 
Mary McLaurin, Marthy Major, 
Mary Powell, Mellicent Prichard, 
Pamela Rives, Judith Rost, Carolyn 
Slade, Beverly Slaughter, Memrie 
Taylor, Ganel Veazey, Carolyn Wil- 
kinson. 





The Peter Pan of the DG House. 



Delta Gamma 





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Active on campus in all areas, Delta Gammas are mem- 
bers of: Cwens; Mortar Board, with Lou Anne Williams 
as Mortar Board sophomore Honor Girl; AWS Judicial 
secretary — Carolyn Phillips; Executive secretary to the 
President of the ASB — Ben Kendrick; and four DG sena- 
tors. 

Beverly Vaughn cheered the freshmen on; military spon- 
sors include — one Army, one Navy, and six Angel Flight; 
DG's are sweethearts for PiKA and SPE. 

Dean Strickland captured Best Dressed; Carol Jones is 
one of the Top Five Beauties, and Martha Doran in the 
Top Ten; and Patty Canty served as Homecoming Maid. 

Delta Gamma at Ole Miss has maintained a proud heri- 
tage since its founding at Oxford's own Lewis School in 
1873. The golden anchor signifies the ideals of friendship 
and loyalty. 



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First Row: 

Judy Anderson, Kay Bellande, Vicki 
Berry, Betty Birdwell, Brenda Boyce, 
Gayle Brackett, Betty Brand, Mac 
Brannon, Beverly Brisro. 



Second Row: 

Judith Brown, Nan Buck, Nan Bu- 
ford, Helen Burgin, Susan Campbell, 
V. Campbell, Patricia Canty, Mimi 
Chilcutt, Sandra Colter, Peggy Cook. 



Third Row: 

Kathy Cooper, Daphne Dabbs, Sallie 
Davis, Vina Davis, Martha Doran, 
Andrea Duprel, Miriam Ellis, Mary 
Farr, Emily Farrar, Nancy Floyd. 



Fourth Row: 

Susan Ford, Jamie Fowler, Chellie 
Furr, Georgia Gilluly, Susan Gordon, 
Janet Graves, Martha Graves, Ellen 
Gregory, Cheryl Hagan, Holly Hall. 



Fifth Row: 

Nancy Hankins, Nancy Houchins, Jane 
Hughes, Carol Jones, Claudia Jones, 
Lauranne Jones, Maury Jones, Kaye 
Junkin, Sarah Kellum, Sandra Kelsey. 



Sixth Row: 

Robena Kendrick, Sandra Knight, 
Judy Leech, Mary Leonard, Margaret 
Lewis, Gwen McKee, Susanne Mc- 
Quigg, Celia Maxey, Sherry Mosley, 
Ann Murphy. 



Seventh Row: 

Anne Norman, Ellen O'Neal, Susan 
Person, Carolyn Phillips, Gale Phillips, 
Martha Phillips, Rayna Phillips, Judy 
Pierce, Susan Pierce, Virginia Powell. 



Eighth Row: 

Jerrill Pullen, Camille Robbins, Mar- 
cia Robinson, Bettina Rowe, Victoria 
Rueseler, Cynthia Savage, Sandra 
Seale Ann Shook, Lisa Simmons, Su- 
san Sneed. 



Ninth Row: 

Deen Strickland, Martha Stuart, Mar- 
tha Suber, Elaine Talley, Mary Tay- 
lor, Elizabeth Teunisson, Carol Thom- 
as, Patricia Tynes, Valorie Vest, Sally 
Walker. 



Tenth Row: 

Mary Jo Warren, Libby Sue Watkins, 
Laura Wharton, Noell Wilborn, Lou- 
ise Williams, Olivia Williams, Janis 
Worsham. 



Not Pictured: 

Margaret Hood, Carolyn Lowery, 

Kathryn McDuffie, Margaret McDuf- 

fie, Betty Rowzee, Annette Taylor, 
Cynthia Williams. 





A handshake instead of a kiss! 



Kappa Delta 




An orphan in the Methodist Home in Jackson is sup- 
ported by the Kappa Deltas. 

KD's received the WRA Sportsmanship trophy for intra- 
murals. Vicky Allen was elected a Freshman cheerleader. 
Zetta Bryant serves as Varsity cheerleader. Madalyn Cun- 
ningham was selected Homecoming Maid. The Navy 
ROTC chose Deborah Brown and Susan McLaurin as 
sponsors. Zetta Bryant is an Army sponsor. Lauri Simpson 
and Madalyn Cunningham are members of Angel Flight. 

Kappa Deltas hold positions in Cwens, Mortar Board, 
the Committee of 100, and on ASB committees. Fay Tullos 
is President of Panhellenic and Kerry Culp President of 
Junior Panhellenic. Zetta Bryant and Linda Srrqth were 
chosen Campus Favorites, and Gwen Massey was selected 
one of the Top Ten Beauties. Diane Williams is sweetheart 
of Sigma Nu. 



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Fin* i?(3iti: 

Anna Adams, Kathryn Adams, Glenda 
Alford, Glynda Allen, Vicki Allen, 
Ann Batson, Greer Batson, Sue Bell, 
Elizabeth Biedenharn. 



Second Row: 

Laura Bishop, Eunice Bolt, Ann Bom- 
boy, Patricia Bradley, Anna Branham, 
Deborah Brown, Zetta Bryant, Mary 
Bufkin, Sandra Bufkin. 



Third Row: 

Pamela Caldwell, Roxie Carpenter, 
Carolyn Chandler, Marguerite Cheairs, 
Carolyn Cole, Joan Colvin, Cristy 
Coors, Kerry Culp, Madalyn Cunning- 
ham. 



Fourth Row: 

Evalyn Dent, Gloria Dowdy, Alice 
Duncan, Wanda Edwards, Karen 
Enochs, Roane Forman, Shirley Fra- 
tesi, Linda Gibson, Barbara Gilder. 



Fifth Row: 

Gay Gottshall, Elizabeth Goza, Gay 
Graeger, Mildred Green, Shirley Ha- 
german, Catherine Harris, Linda Hay- 
ward, Barbara Hester, Beverly Hickey. 



Sixth Row: 

Pamela Hodgson, Teresa Holloman, 
Sarah Jackson, Betty Kellum, Denny 
Keye, Kay Khayat, Judy Kitchens, 
Dorothy Latimer, Susan Lavender. 



Seventh Row: 

Annie Lewellen, Barbara Livingston, 
Janet Logan, Linda Luke, Susan Mc- 
Laurin, A. Mann, Patricia Mann, 
Lynn Marshall, Gwen Massey. 



Eighth Row: 

Martha Neilson, Portia Peteet, Connie 
Price, Susan Puryear, Susan Safley, 
Katherine Schaffer, Elizabeth Senter, 
Lee Shellabarger, Cindy Shelton. 



Ninth Row: 

Laura Simpson, Byrle Sims, Linda 
Smith, Nancy Smythe, Lynn Stall- 
worth, Georgia Stratton, Marilyn Ter- 
rell, Sallie Thomas, Mary Kay Wat- 
kins. 



Tenth Row: 

Helen Williams, Margaret Williams, 
Minerva Woodroof, Marcia Young. 



Not Pictured: 

Anne Beery, Virginia Callicutt, Susan 
Case, Laura Hall, Jane Henry, Janis 
Henry, Karen Henry, Linda Hines, 
Janet Hoover, Kathy Koch, Esther 
Marett, Laura Morgan, Sharon Pip- 
kin, Susan Sargent, Gladys Stogner. 
Mary Taylor, Fay Tullos, Lindy Wil- 
kins. 



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Kappa Kappa Gamma 




Since its founding at Monmouth College in 1870, Kappa 
Kappa Gamma has strived to uphold excellence in all as- 
pects of campus life. Delta Rho Chapter was established at 
Ole Miss in 1947. 

The Kappas stress excellence in all phases of life — 
scholarship, leadership, service, and sisterhood. The honors 
won by individual members reflect the efforts of the entire 
chapter. Calico Maxwell is president of AWS; Katherine 
Shaw is president of Mortar Board and Susan Sharpe is 
vice-president. Barbara Woodbury was elected 1967 Home- 
coming Queen and favorite while Nancy Woodbury was a 
Homecoming Maid. Walterine Permenter is a freshman 
cheerleader, member of Angel Flight, and favorite. Kappas 
claim four members of Who's Who. Although busy on cam- 
pus, these girls are still active members of Kappa. 



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First Row: 

Susan Alley, Lauren Anders, Linda 
Baker, Helen Ball, Barbara Billings, 
Sharon Boone, Susan Boyd, Vi< ki 
Buchanan, Sandra Clark, Susan Clay- 
ton. 



Second Row: 

Sarah Craig, Daphne Dabney, Tanya 
Daggett, Lisa Decker, Linda Deener, 
Mary Dexter, Sandra Donahue, Rachel 
Earhart, Kathryn East, Tommye 
Favre. 



Third Row: 

Gertrude Ferguson, Hallie Fowler, 
Sandra Fulton, Susan Fulton, Paula 
Gaither, Chita Gaskin, Cecelia Anne 
Gautier, Jean Gillander, Gail Gillespie, 
F. Grimes. 



Fourth Row: 

Patricia Guest, Melissa Hall, Marcia 
Hamm, Judith Harper, Jan Harvey, 
Carolyn Horrell, Jorja Howell, Har- 
riett Howser, Elizabeth Hurt, Kate 
Jackson. 



Fifth Roiv: 

Linda Jetton, Lizabeth Jean Jetton, 
Katherine Keach, Alicia Landrum, 
Margaret Lape, Lisa Larson, Barbara 
Ledbetter, Alice Lewis, Martha Lewis, 
Betty McClatchy. 



Sixth Row: 

Minnie McMullan, Lila McRight, 
Constance Mann, Calico Maxwell, 
Mary Miers, Jo Monteith, Betty 
Moore, Marsha Mountz, Mary Mur- 
phy, Lindsay Oliver. 



Seventh Row: 

Jenny Pappas, Jane Patterson, Patricia 
Patterson, Walterine Permenter, Re- 
becca Phay, Rachel Pitcher, Vicki 
Ransom, Elizabeth Reno, Anne Rob- 
bins, Effie Russell. 



Eighth Row: 

Vallie Seuzenlau, Susan Sharpe, Kath- 
erine Shaw. Bonnie Shelton, Ann Sher- 
rod, Jan Singleton, Frances Smith, 
Gayle Smith, Janet Stevens, Vicki Tay- 
lor. 



Ninth Row: 

Virginia Thomas, Louisa Thompson, 
Marie Thornton, Ann Trout, Martha 
Turner, Lynn Turner, Laura Vannoy, 
Cynthia Vincent, Judy Wallace. Pam- 
ela Watson. 



Tenth Row: 

Barbara Wheeler. Becky Williams, 
Brenda Williamson. Barbara Wood- 
bury. 



Not Pictured: 

Carole Broussard, Mary Brown. Can- 
dace Harrell, Marilyn Leach, Linda 
Meiners, Nancy Stennis. Nancy Wood- 
bury. 



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PhiMu 




The second oldest national sorority, Phi Mu, has a long 
and gracious heritage to uphold. 

Phi Mu ranks high scholastically — Mortar Board, Cwens, 
Phi Kappa Phi members. Varsity cheerleader Connie Luck- 
ett and Freshman cheerleader Marilyn Blakeslee lead the 
Rebs. Angela Lord is Homecoming Maid. Pat Home is 
Sigma Chi Sweetheart and Campus Favorite # . Donna Ed- 
wards rates Top Ten Beauty and Kay McHarg is in the 
Top Five Beauties. Linda Lee Tribble reigns as Pilgrimage 
Queen. Pain Wright and Sue Windaor are finalists for 
Miss University. Phi Psi chose Carol Lemons as sweetheart 
while Leslie Westbrook and Pat Home were chosen for 
Who's Who. 

Three Phi Mus are Navy Sponsors and two sponsor the 
Army. Sue Windsor serves as secretary for AWS while Les- 
lie Westbrook takes minutes for the Senior Class. 

Yes, Phi Mu's are active also in Campus Senate, Elec- 
tions' Commission, Committee of 100, and ASB Commit- 
tees. 



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Beth Allen, Martha Anderson, Julie 
Anderton, Patti Axelrod, Pamela 
Bailey, Marilyn Blakeslec, Ann Buch- 
anan, Carolyn Buckner, Susan Clark, 
Evelyn Coates. 



Second Row: 

Trebie Cobb, Cathleen Coers, Gail 
Condon, Joan Conn, Karen Cope, 
Abby Gotten, Anne Crisler, Donna 
Dale, Linda Doyle, Mary Durant. 



Third Row: 

Mary Cathryn Dyre, Theresa Eaven- 
son, Susan Edmondson, Donna Ed- 
wards, Mary Ellis, Nancy Ellis, Anna 
Ferguson, Jann Fitzgerald, Nancy 
Frye, Mary Hall. 



Fourth Row: 

Linda Hamilton, Elizabeth Hanry, 
Sally Diane Hardaway, Jo Hawkins, 
Susan Hawkins, Katherine Hiden, Pa- 
tricia Home, Sharon Wynne Howze, 
Gail Hoy, Vivia Hughes. 



Fifth Row: 

Mary Knott, Marijane Lamb, Nancy 
Land, Susan Langdon, Linda Lassetter, 
Linda Latham, Sandra Lee, Carol 
Lemons, Tangie Lingle, Susan Lisenby. 



Sixth Row: 

Angela Lord, Connie Luckett, Judy 
McDougal, Kay McHarg, Janet Mc- 
Laurin, Annelle Macy, Ann Malone, 
Ethie Mansell, Carnie Mansell, Pa- 
tricia Massey. 



Seventh Row: 

Betty Meacham, Mary Ann Miles, Tis 
Neill, Kathryne Neill, Lila Noe, Har- 
riet Phillips, Elizabeth Pittman, Mary 
Plants, Lamar Poovey, Martha Pro- 
well. 



Eighth Row: 

Patsy Reifers, Catherine Rodenhauser, 
Mary Rush, Nanette Russell, Nancy 
Scott, Janis Seefeld, Susan Settlemire, 
Sharon Shelton, Patricia Simonetti, 
Barbara Sloas. 



Ninth Row: 

Carol Smith, Pinkie Smith, Sandra 
Smith, Brenda Snare, Shellye Stanley, 
Simmie Stodghill, Dixie Thomas, 
Catherine Thompson, Linda Tribble, 
Joyce Tubb. 



Tenth Row: 

Cecile Walsh, Leslie Westbrook, Eve- 
lyn Williford, Cassie Wilson, Jane 
Windels, Marty Windels, Anita Wind- 
sor, Pamela Wright, Kathryn Yandell. 



Not Pictured: 

Barbara Archer, Mildred Hardin, 
Leigh Shipman, Betty Taylor, Diane 
Taylor. 





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Pi Beta Phi 



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One hundred years ago twelve coeds at Monmouth Col- 
lege decided that they wanted to form a national organiza- 
tion for women because they had seen the enjoyment the 
men students were gaining from their fraternities. On April 
28, 1867, they founded I. C. Sorosis, the first national fra- 
ternity for women. The Greek letters Pi Beta Phi were 
used as a secret motto, but in 1888, the younger members 
persuaded the older ones to use this as their name. 

Pi Phi's here on the Ole Miss campus participate in a 
wide variety of activities such as Committee of the 100, 
WRA, Ole Miss "Y", Phi Beta Lambda, Alpha Lambda 
Delta, BSU, Newman Club, Wesley Foundation, Phi Gam- 
ma Nu, Gamma Phi, Young Democrats, and Young Re- 
publicans. 

Outstanding Pi Phi's include Sara Sue Ritchey, Mis- 
sissippi's delegate to the National College Queen contest; 
Barbara Cox, President of CWENS; and Cindy Morrison, 
AVVS Treasurer. 



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Patti Alford. Nora Allen, Lynda Bar- 
bour. Beverly Biddy. Judith Biitle. Bev- 
erly Brown. Patricia Brumfield. 



Second Ron-: 

Elizabeth Cameron, Hellon Christo- 
pher. Sheryl Clark, Pamela Connor. 
Barbara Cox, Elizabeth Cox, Susan 
Edrington. 



Third Row: 

Rebecca Ann Enloe, Alexis Engram. 
Brenda Frazier, Jane George, Kitty 
Gravely. Martha Harsh. Florence 
Hazard. 



Fourth Row: 

Marianne Henson. Melodv Herring. 
Carole Higgins. Cynthia Houston, 
Jeanne Huston. Lynne Johnson. Linda 
Jones. 



Fifth Row: 

Susan Jones. Barbara Jordan. Betty- 
Kennedy. Dinah Leavitt. Janice Maul- 
din. Bonnie Millen. Martha Miller. 



Sixth Row: 

Melinda Milner, Mary Mitchell, Linda 
Moore. Marinell Moore, Matsy Mor- 
gan, Cynthia Morrison. Melanee Lou 
Murphree. 



Seienth Ron: 

Deborah Nelson. Gwendolyn O'Neal. 
Yicki Perry. Sarah Ritchey. Nancy 
Stasiak. Mildred Sullivan. Toni Ter- 
rell. 



Eighth Row: 

Donna Susan Thompson, Evalyn Ty- 
son, Susan Vincent. Mary Wade, Susan 
Walker. Alma White. Katherine 
White. 



Ninth Row: 

Elizabeth Williston. Alys Windham. 
Johnnie Young. 



Xot Pictured: 

Georgianna Alexander Stacy Alexan- 
der. Elizabeth Avery, Mary Baldwin. 
Martha Bamett. Linda Flowers. Janice 
Garner. Laura Lee. Carol Lemaster, 
Terry Lever. Emily McCarty, Jeanne 
Necaise. Sherrie Sam. June Short. 
Nora Stevens. Jill Thomas. Frances 
Treadaway. 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 




Gamma Delta Chapter brought the turquoise, blue, and 
steel gray of Zeta Tau Alpha to Ole Miss on April 14, 1939, 
making it the fifth women's social organization on campus. 
Founded on October 15, 1898, at Longwood College, Farm- 
ville, Virginia, the fraternity is the only National Panhel- 
lenic Conference group chartered by a special act of legis- 
lature. 

Zetas participate in all facets of Ole Miss life. Kem 
Eisiminger serves as an Army sponsor, and Bettie Young 
was chosen as Navy sponsor. Mary Louise Cissna is Pan- 
hellenic's publicity chairman, while Kaye Foster serves as 
secretary of Mortar Board. Zetas are represented in other 
honorary organizations, CWENS, Alpha Lambda Delta, 
and SAL 

During Homecoming, Zeta held its first football game 
between the Zetas and the Zeta houseboys — complete with 
Homecoming Queen, housemother, Mama Wood. 



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First Row: 

Katherine Abraham, Stella Allen, Syl- 
via Allen, Bonita Baldwin, Joy Bar- 
hanovich, Susan Bennett, Mary Book- 
man, Rebecca Browne. 



Second Row: 

Pamela Burgoyne, Jane Carlson, Mary 
Cissna, Karen Ruth Cloutman, Fran- 
ces Cross, Betsy Davis, Laura Davis, 
Julie Delph. 



Third Row: 

Karen Eisiminger, Carolyn Elliott, 
Teresa Ellis, Linda Farrish, Kaye Fos- 
ter, Edith Gatewood, Beverly Graham, 
Marsha Greene. 



Fourth Row: 

Mary Harvey, Kathy Haskett, Nancy 
Hogarth. Linda Hudson, Barbara 
Jacks. Margaret Jacobs, Cassandra 
James, Patricia Johnson. 



Fifth Row: 

Katherine King. Vicki Kudlacz, Janet 
Laird, Belva McCormick, Hassell Mc- 
Gee, Sherry McNeer, Pamela Madsen, 
Merrell Maney. 



Sixth Row: 

Sarah Ann Milliken, Judith Noble, 
Pamela Palmer, Joyce Pardue, Billie 
Patterson. Carol Patterson, Patricia 
Purvis, Melody Scott. 



Seventh Row: 

Betsy Sharpe, Susan Shipley, June 
Sims, Anne Smith, Susan Spiceland. 
Sandra Stone, Nancy Teneyck, Trudy 
Tidwell. 



Eighth Row: 

Lana Toney, Lillian Toney, Marjorie 
Vanfosson, Elizabeth Watts, Susan 
Weldon, Nancy White, Helen Wind- 
ham, Deborah Woodard. 



Nin'h Row: 

Bettie Young, Lanora Young. 



Not Pictured: 

Anne Asger, Phyllis Boatner, Cynthia 
Cleveland, Gaynell Garrison, Patti 
Hawkins, Elizabeth Jordy, Elizabeth 
McGlothlin, Virginia Neese, Sharon 
Scibilia, Cynthia Spears, Pamela Wal- 
ler. 



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Interfraternity 
Council 



The organization designed to regulate and govern the 
activities of all social fraternities on the University campus 
is the Interfraternity Council. The primary function of the 
IFC is to serve as a governing of the seventeen fraternities. 
It is composed of two representatives chosen from each 
fraternity and is governed by four officers elected from the 
membership of the council itself. The council meets bi- 
monthly to discuss the mutual problems of the fraternity 
system. Another duty of the council is carried out each year 
in the planning, setting up, and enforcing the rules for fra- 
ternity rush. 



Earl Denham, President; H. A. Moore, Mike Troop, Glenn Galey, 
Lome Laughlin. 



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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 

Lome Laughlin 
Steve Bozeman 

BETA THETA PI 

Jimmy Hardin 
Florian Ploch 

DELTA KAPPA EPSILON 
Mike Moses 
Henry Sanders 

DELTA PSI 

L. B. Gatewood 
Erskine Wells 

DELTA TAU DELTA 
Guy Dowdy 
Mike Brady 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Johnny Powers 
Keith Gragson 



KAPPA SIGMA 

Hap Hederman 
Jack Holmes 

PHI DELTA THETA 
Ray McNamara 
Richard Salloum 

PHI KAPPA PSI 

Mike Soper 
Andy Beard 

PHI KAPPA TAU 
Charles Bowden 
William King 

PHI KAPPA THETA 
Joe Booth 
John Taylor 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 
H. A. Moore 
Rhes Low 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 
Timmy Quin 
Steve Thomas 

SIGMA CHI 
Bill Sims 
Mike Troop 

SIGMA NU 

Glenn Galey 
Ed Lyon 

SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

Ken Sullivan 
Mike Hebbard 

SIGMA PI 

John Moscarillo 
Don Waiter 



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Alpha Tau Omega 




The first fraternity founded after the Civil War, Alpha 
Tau Omega, was founded in 1865 by three Confederate 
veterans. It is one of the oldest and largest fraternities and 
now has 128 chapters coast to coast and over 95,000 initi- 
ates. Coming to Ole Miss in 1927, Mississippi Delta Psi 
Chapter has since grown in size and prestige. Spirit and 
enthusiasm are shown by members participating in many 
campus activities, such as student government, military or- 
ganization, religious and honorary groups. 

The ATO's are proud of their work on campus. In 1950 
they originated "Help Week" wherein challenging com- 
munity service projects are substituted for humiliating "Hell 
Week" activities. The ATO's entertain annually with their 
Viking Party and Spring Formal being the main social 
events. They also sponsor numerous swaps, serenades, teas, 
and other events. 




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Fint Row: 

James Blackburn, Ross Bounds, Wil- 
liam Bozeman, Larry Bunch, J. D. 
Caldwell, Vincent Castigliola, James 
Caulfield, Jr., James Cliustz. 

Second Row: 

James Filo Coats, William Cook, Vin- 
cent Cuevas, Jerry Doolittle, David 
Edmondson, John Ferrell, Joe Flippin, 
James Gabriel. 

Third Row: 

Jerry Gilbreath, Murray Gilliam, 
David Gleason, Edwin Goodnight, 
James Grimes, William Guy, Claude 
Haraway, George Hargraves. 

Fourth Row: 

John Hawkins, Michael Ray Holcomb, 
James Hudson, Charles Hussey, Edwin 
Jenkins, Charles Johnson, III, Alan 
Jones, Monty Jones, Jr. 

Fifth Row: 

William Jones, Buddy Kemp, Michael 
Kershaw, William Kline, Paul Kosko, 
Paul Landry, Loran Laughlin, William 
Lavallee. 



Sixth Row: 

Rick Lavalley, Robert Lee Logan, Jr„ 
Richard David McAlister, Peyton Mc- 
Cool, Fred McGonagill, Rolf Mc- 
Henry, Carroll McQueen, Jr., Charles 
McQueen. 

Seventh Row: 

David Manifold, James Martin, James 
Newton, Ernest Oliver, Jr., Charles 
Overton, Harris Powers, Jr., Ed 
Rainer, Cary Rawlings. 

Eighth Row: 

John Rice, David Robinson, Ben 
Royce, John Scruggs, Warren Sigman, 
William Sipes, Jr., William Sloan, 
Richard Stokes, Jr. 

Ninth Row: 

Gordon Strom, Jr., William Sullivan, 
Mark Tew, James Townsend, Garey 
Trahan, Jay Vestal, James Webb, 
David Weir. 

Tenth Row: 

David Wilder, Walter Williamson, 
Eddie Williston. 

Not Pictured: 

John Barnes, Jerry Blount, John Bol- 
ing, Hugh Bosworth, Jr., Kenneth 
Bratton, Marshall Carson, Williarr 
Coleman, Jr., Robert Covert, Kiffin 
Craven, Jr., Kenneth Dreher, James 
Ducker, Richard Ducker, Wallace 
Duncan, Everette Easley, Thomas 
Garraway, Jr., John Gibson, Craig 
Gill, William Grant, John Griffith, 
Michael Harper, William Hinds, 
Nathaniel Holland, Jimmie Houser, 
Edmund Johnston, Robert Knight, 
Miller Loosier, Burchette McFarland, 
Gerald Mavar, James Montgomery, 
Neil Murphree, David Peaks, Joseph 
Poe, Michael Quattlebaum, Danny 
Rhea, Clarence Scales, James Seale. 
Richard Smith, Johnny Stewart, Julien 
Tatum, Neal Thompson, Thomas 
Tucei, Lewis Unglesby, David Wat- 
kins, William Webb, Joseph Wilson, 
Robert Woodard. 



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Beta Theta Pi 



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Miami University in Ohio claims the birthplace of Beta 
Theta Pi. Since 1839 the Betas have established 104 chap- 
ters and 75,000 living members. 

Beta Beta Chapter arrived at Ole Miss in 1879 and has 
been a leader in scholarship and campus leadership. Four 
Summa Cum Laude awards from NIC have been earned 
for scholarship since 1962. 

Prominent alumni include James Arness of TV's "Gun- 
smoke," William O. Douglas of the U.S. Supreme Court, 
Don Finsterwald, pro golfer, Congressman Jamie Whitten, 
and Jerry Lucas of the Los Angeles Lakers. 

Socially the Homecoming Party, Spring Formal, and 
Wild West Weekend are highlights along with the usual 
assortment of theme parties and important get-togethers. 

With goals of friendliness and trust in mind the Betas 
continue to grow at Ole Miss. 




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Fi>i< Row: 

Pat Albano, Marc Bartels, James 

Berry, Jr., Michael Brent, Ronnie 

Cardwcll, Thomas Collier, Robert 

Collins. 



Second Row: 

Barney Cooke, James Cooper, Jr., 
John Cromeans, John Dannreuther, 
James Edwards, Jr., Thomas Ethridge, 
William Reynolds Ford, Jr. 



Third Row: 

Robert Graham, James Hardin, Rich- 
ard Heen, Joseph Hewitt, James Hicks, 
III, Ronnie Howard, Thomas Joseph. 



Fourth Row: 

James Langmesser, Thomas Langmes- 
ser, Carl Leach, Marcus Love, III, 
Raymond Mabus, Jr., Johnny Meyer, 
Paul Moore, Jr. 



Fifth Row: 

Thomas Neely, Jr., James Nowlin, 
Richard Peterson, Jr., Walter Peterson, 
Eugene Phelan, Jr., Florian Ploch, 
Floyd Pruden. 



Sixth Row: 

Timothy Reecht, Ken Reid, Richard 
Rhoden, Dennis Roberts, John Rus- 
sell, William Searight, Harold Sides. 



Seventh Row: 

Charles Waggoner, James White, Gary 
Whitener, Larry Whitener, Alton 
Windsor, Rick Wittorf, George Wood- 
liff. 



Not Pictured: 

William Armstrong, Barry Blailock, 
Richard Brown, James Dupree, James 
Ford, Charles Lland, Joseph McCol- 
lum, Jr., Willis Pope, III, Wylie Rich- 
ards, Jr., George Spurgeon, Hilton 
Voss. 



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Delta Kappa Epsilon 




Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon started a tradition 
of great social fraternities by becoming the first at Ole Miss 
on April 14, 1850. Chi was the seventh Deke Chapter in 
the land following its founding at Yale in 1844. 

The Dekes have helped mold the University and its way 
of life since the very beginning. Henry Minor Frasier 
founded the Ole Miss School of Pharmacy and William 
Benjamin Lowry captained the University Greys in the 
Civil War. Other prominent Dekes of this chapter and 
across the country include the late John W. Kyle, Missis- 
sippi State Supreme Justice; and Theodore Roosevelt and 
Rutherford B. Hayes, Presidents of the United States. 




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First Row: 

Malcolm Bailey, Peter Barrett, Ardra 
Barrineau, James Blauert. 



Second Row: 

William Brown, Richard Burnette, 
Carl Campbell, William Donald, Jr. 



Third Row: 

Edgar Dunn, Jr., Russell Elliott, 
George Farris, Chip Gibbes. 



Fourth Row: 

William Graham, Shelby Grubbs, 
Jimmy Haik, William Haik. 



Fifth Row: 

Stephen Harris, Robert Hill, Jr., 
Joseph Hinshaw, Dennis Hogan, Rob- 
ert Hogan, Jr. 



Not Pictured: 

William Ballard, Arlen Biddle, William 
Bobbs, Douglas Canning, Joseph Ca- 
sano, Gary Cowand, Brooke Dickson, 
William Eaton, Jr., Donald Fellows, 
Jr. 




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Phi Chapter of Delta Psi was established at Ole Miss in 
1855, eight years after the national fraternity was founded 
at Columbia University. 

In its one hundred and twelve tradition filled years at Ole 
Miss, Delta Psi, or St. Anthony Hall as it is sometimes 
called, has contributed much to both the state and the uni- 
versity. Judge William Hemmingway, compiler of the 
Hemmingway Code and first captain of the Rebel football 
team, was a Delta Psi. Other illustrious alumni include 
Judge Garland Lyell, first editor of the OLE MISS; and 
the late Walter Sillers, Speaker of the House. 

St. Anthony Hall, which built the first fraternity house in 
Mississippi and lost its second house by fire two years ago, 
now has a third new hall. 

One of the last of the old line ivy league fraternities, 
Delta Psi retains traditional secrecy, high scholastic achieve- 
ment, and nameless leaders. 




Jane Russell Remember — history repeats itself. 



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First Row: 

Terry Alexander, James Amett, Nil 
las Augustus, Terrell Barlow. 



Second Row: 

Harvey Bien, George Byers, Bucky 
Gatewood, Thomas Jones. 



Third Row: 

Bobby Kennedy, Ralph Kirkland, Har- 
vey McClung, Jr., Charles McCool. 



Fourth Row: 

James Eckford McFarlane, Milton 
Myers, Charles Quarterman, Jim 
Randle. 




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Fifth Row: 

Michael Stronjny. Eugene Vanevery, 
Samuel Walters, Charlie Ward, Jr., 
Erskine Wells, Jr., Michael West. 




Not Pictured: 

Robert Barton, Carl Davis, Jr., George 
Gillespie, III, Louis Karably, Jr., 
James Mitchell. 



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Delta Tau Delta 



Delta Tau Delta Fraternity was founded as part of the 
"Ohio River Group" at Bethany College, in what is now 
West Virginia, in 1858. Indirectly, Delta Tau was the first 
national fraternity on the Ole Miss Campus with the Rain- 
bow Fraternity being formed in 1848 and consolidating 
with Delt nationally in 1886. The old Delta Shelter was 
located on the corner of Fraternity Row and Confederate 
where the Delta Psi house now is. 

Delta Tau Delta grew rapidly after its formation, and 
now boasts 97 chapters, over 6,000 active undergraduates, 
and over 65,000 total active membership. This fall, DTD 
returned to campus after an absence of 26 years, pledging 
14 members at formal rush and increasing their brother- 
hood through open rush through the year. 

Alumni support for the Pi Chapter at Ole Miss is in- 
tensely enthusiastic, and plans have been formulated for a 
large Southern heritage-styled manor which will house 
forty brothers, with provisions for future expansion. 





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Paul Brady 
Rex Brunt 



Guy Dowdy, Jr. 
Thomas Militello 



Larry Roe 



Not Pictured: 
Stephen Bartosh 
Robbins Mitchell 
John Porter 
Fletcher Staples 
John Thompson 
Roy Thurmond 




Kappa Alpha Order 




December 7, 1865, at Washington and Lee University 
Kappa Alpha Order was born and developed under the 
watchful eye of General Robert E. Lee, whose gracious and 
knightly life is inshrined in the customs of Kappa Alpha. 

Alpha Upsilon Chapter has been on campus since Jan- 
uary 12, 1900. In its sixty-eight years at Ole Miss it has 
provided outstanding campus leaders. Typical of this lead- 
ership is: John Powers, Chairman of the A.S.B. Elections 
Commission; Van Lackey, President of the Senior Class 
and Vice-President of ODK Hinky Hall, A.S.B. Director 
of Student Activities; and former A.S.B. President, and 
Freshman Law School Class President, Jim Martin, now 
serves as Chairman of the Judicial Bar. K.A. also boasts an 
active social life with such affairs as the Hayseed Party, 
Old South Weekend, and the Rose Ball. 




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FinJ Row: 

Thomas Barnes, John Batte, Lee Bor- 
den, John Botto, Walter Byrd, Edwin 
Carpenter, Jr., William Chaffin. 



Second Row: 

Richard Cunningham, William Dee- 
ner, Robert Fisher, David Forrester, 
Keith Gragson, Henderson Hall, Jr., 
William Harper. 



Third Row: 

Frank Hart, Robert Hearin, John 
Henderson, Arnie Huffman, Jr., New- 
ton James, Julian Janes, III, Van 
Lackey. 



Fourth Row: 

Robert Lowery, Michael McCamey, 
Timothy McGahey, Geoffery Mitchell, 
Frank Molpus, Edmund Montgomery, 
Richard Noble. 



Fifth Row: 

Martin Paschall, Harry Piazza, John 
Powers, John Reddoch, III, Rowland 
Reeve, Stokes Robertson, Claude 
Satchfield. 



Sixth Row: 

Michael Schlosser, Michael Speed, 
Walter Starr, Jr., Martin Steinriede, 
III, Bradford Stewart, Thomas Tate, 
Wettlir. Treppendahl. 



Seventh Row: 

John Vandevender, James Vaughan, 
Charles Wadlington, Ben Walker, 
James Whatley, Richard Wiggers, Jr., 
John Wilkinson. 



Eighth Row: 

Douglas Williams, Richard Williams, 
Eustace Winn, Robert Wright, Jere 
Yates, Harper Young. 



Not Pictured: 

Henry Beneke, III, Edward Bogen, Jr., 
Gordon Bogen, John Caulfield, James 
Clancy, Albert Covington, John Davis, 
Terry Dennis, Herbert Dewees, Hugh 
Eure, William Gragson, Jr., John 
Hadad, III, Sidney Haining, Benjamin 
Hand, III, Robert Hazelrigg, Silas 
Hicks, Danny Holder, Joseph Kirk- 
land, III, Carl Lackey, Samuel 
Lackey. Albert Lofton, Dewitt Love- 
lace, Ignatius Luckett, Jr., Charles 
McMurchy, Jr., James Martin, Daniel 
Nicholas, Jr., Jeffrey Nicholas, Edgar 
Noble, Jr., Walter Northcross, James 
Overstreet, Jr., Richard Parish, Melvin 
Rich, Jerry Richardson, Thomas 
Sledge. L. Spivey, Hampton Stewart, 
Glen Stinson, Paul Summey, II, Rob- 
ert Tabeling, Winfield Thompson, Jr., 
Jackie White, John Williams. 




Kappa Sigma 




Since its arrival on the Ole Miss campus, Delta Xi Chap- 
ter of Kappa Sigma has continually stressed its elevated 
ideal of producing gentlemen. From a humble origin of five 
members, Kappa Sigma is presently one of the largest in- 
ternational fraternities with membership exceeding one 
hundred thirty thousand. 

Kappa Sigma has been an integral part of campus life 
since its arrival at Ole Miss in 1926 by participating in the 
annual "Operation Brotherhood" with Chi Omega Sorority 
and in numerous University functions. Exercising its lead- 
ership this year, Delta Xi was host to the District Conclave 
of Kappa Sigma. Kappa Sigs are also justly proud of their 
reputation of knowing how to give a party. 

In retrospect Kappa Sigma at Ole Miss has lived up to 
its founding ideal of producing gentlemen. 




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First Row: 

Fred Alias, Thomas Ayres, Jason 
Bailey, Charles Breath, III, Joseph 
Bridewell, Joseph Ed Canizaro, Jr., 
Joseph Carpenter. 



Second Row: 

Charles Clark, Kenneth Cooksey, Jr., 
Nelson Cruthirds, William Dawson, 
Ronald Demilio, David Dunavant, 
William Egan, Jr. 



Third Row: 

Gerald Gardner, John Gibbs, Jr., Sam 
Gore, III, Douglas Gould, David 
Gray, Michael Guyton, Stephen Harts- 
field. 



Fourth Row: 

Paul Hester, John Holmes, Jr., Jimmy 
Keyes, William Lee, Riley Mcllwain, 
Jr., John Macy, Ronald Mann. 



Fifth Row: 

Robert Maples, Noble Moore, Wesley 
Morck, Russell Neely, Samuel Neill, 
Hugh Newton, Thomas Nichols. 



Sixth Row: 

Charles Northern, David Oleary, Van 
Dale Ostermick, Robert Pitner, Law- 
rence Pratt, James Primos, Jr., Thomas 
Quaka. 



Seventh Row: 

Frederic Rees, Jr., William Rhodes, 
Robert Roberts, Jr., Richard Robin- 
son, Thomas Robinson, Vermon Ste- 
phens, Jr., Thomas Stubbs. 



Eighth Row: 

John Wallis, Jr., Webber D. Welborn, 
Jr., Jon Williams. 



Not Pictured: 

Dominic Arcuri, Barnie Bramlett, Jr., 
William Browning, Michael Carlisle, 
Alvah Clark, Jr., John Clarke, Rickey 
Coker, Alvin Cox, Jr., Greg Day, Dan- 
iel Dean, Jack Dodson, Bobby Dubois, 
Malcolm Dunnan, Jr., Charles Easter- 
ling, William Easterling, Leslie Ellzey, 
James Farmer, William Featherstone, 
Jr., Gorden Fleming, William Gal- 
breath, James Garrity, Charles Gates, 
Haley Gates, Joseph George, Joseph 
Gex, James Goss, Sam Graves, Robert 
Hendrix, Jr., Alex Hogan, Jr., James 
Holcombe, Eugene Holmes, Robert 
Howe, William Hubabrd, Ruel Hud- 
dleston, Jr., Jimmy Huggins, Donald 
Jurgensen, Kenneth Keller, Basil Ken- 
nedy, Jimmy King, Raymond Laduc, 
Wayne Larue, Jr., Jackson Lilley, 
Wayne Lynch, Steve MeEIvaney, John 
McKellar, Roger Mauzey, Richard 
Mestayer, William Morris, Joseph 
Myers, Donal Neukirch, Jack Norton, 
John O'Connor, Patrick O'Rourke, 
William Porter, Joseph Randall, 
George Reid, Rollin Rhodes, Kenneth 
Richards, Charles Rogers, William 
Sadler, III, John Seabold, Michael 
Simon, Jimmy Spears, Clarke Stuckey, 
James Sullivan, James Sullivan, Mark 
Uram, Robert Waring, Richard War- 
riner, James Wellborn, Edwin White, 
James Whittington, Claude Whittle, 
Bennett Williams, Jr., Gregory Wil- 
liams, Donald Wood. 



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Phi Delta Theta 




Since its arrival on the Ole Miss campus in 1877, Phi 
Delta Theta has furthered the principles of friendship, 
learning, and integrity, the three points upon which the 
fraternity was founded in 1848 at Miami University of 
Ohio. 

Mississippi Alpha of Phi Delta Theta leads in every field 
on the campus — Walter Thompson, Treasurer; Randy 
Pool, Co-Chairman of the Committee of 100; Bruce Newell, 
quarterback of the Rebels; Bill Garth, Chairman of the 
Committee on Academic Affairs, and Jack Laurenzi, Vice- 
President of the IFC. 

For the third consecutive year the chapter claims the 
Intramural Football Championship. 

Phi Delts take time off to relax with parties throughout 
the year, climaxing their fun with Ivy League Weekend. 

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Firj/ flow: 

Jerry Abdalla, Holmes Adams, Johnny 
Aldridge, Frank Alvarez, III, Boyd 
Atkinson, John Atkinson, Charles Bid- 
good, Henry Black. 



Second Row: 

James Bowen, Jr., Barry Carlisle, Mar- 
vin Cleage, William Clement, Jr., Mal- 
colm Commer, John Cook, John Cot- 
ten, Harmon Cox. 



Third Row: 

Daniel Deaton, Charles Denton, Wil- 
liam Drinkwater, Jr., George Fair, 
Murray Fincher, Charles Foose, Wil- 
liam Garth, Jr., William Gray. 



Fourth Row: 

John Green, Joseph Griffin, Thomas 
Guider, George Gwin, Hugh Hartzog, 
William Hayes, William Hewitt, Owen 
Holder. 



Fifth Row: 

Freddie Hollis, Christopher Jones, 
Charles Kelly, Charles Laney, John 
Laney, James Lauderdale, John Lau- 
renzi, Ronald McElroy. 



Sixth Row: 

Clay McGehee, Joseph McNamara, 
Greg Maxey, Lancelot Minor, III, 
James Moore, Jr., McPherson Moore, 
Ronald Newell, Roger Norman, Jr. 



Seventh Row: 

John Nunnery, Jr., Charles O'Mara, 
John Owen, Paul Parker, Edward 
Peacock, III, Robert Perry, Michael 
Person, William Pool. 



Eighth Row: 

John Povall, Harry Roland, William 
Rosamond, Benjamin Ross, Robert 
Russell. Robert Sams, Robert Samson, 
Ben Sheely. 



Ninth Row: 

Stephen Shirley, Billy Staggers, 
Michael Thompson, Horace Twiford, 
Robert Tyner, Bernard Vance, Stephen 
Vaught, Robert Webb, Jr. 



Tenth Row: 

James Wilson, Fred Witty. 

Not Pictured: 

Tom Assaf, Eugene Atkinson, Jr., Rob- 
ert Avent, Robert Bailey, Michael Bo- 
land, John Bowen, III, Fred Brister, 
William Carlisle, Kyle Chandler, 
Luther Crull, Jr., James Cunningham, 
Silas Davis, III, Clyde Day, II, James 
Delgadillo, Robert Elfert, David Good- 
man, John Grantham, Norman Has- 
kins, William Hooker, J. James, 
Charlton Jones, Walker Jones, III, 
Ellis Latimer, III, Aristide Lefeve, Jr., 
Larry McCool, Robert Marshall, 
Thomas Miller, Jr., Robert Pigford, 
Austin Ray, Jr., Charles Rea, Fred- 
erick Rogers, Van Rogers, Harvey 
Ross, Jr., James Rutledge, Richard 
Salloum, William Singleton, Walter 
Thompson, David Turner, Harvill 
Weller, Jr., Robert White, Joseph 
Witty, Jr. 



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Phi Kappa Psi 




Since its arrival on the Ole Miss campus in 1857, Phi 
Kappa Psi, the third fraternity to be established at Ole 
Miss, has stressed the overall development of its members. 
Members of Mississippi Alpha are found in places of lead- 
ership in ODK, Phi Eta Sigma, IFC, Intramural Council, 
Cardinal Club, Scabbard and Blade, Committee of the 100, 
Anchor and Chain, Campus Senate, Alpha Phi Omega, 
Circle K, SAM. B.S.U., and the Welcoming and Orienta- 
tion Committees. Phi Psi's know how to have a party as 
evidenced from the top quality bands playing for packed 
houses for the Jacqueminot Rose Ball, Hell's Angels and 
Rebelee parties. In the field of sports, Phi Psi last year was 
number three in intramurals. This year Phi Psi had 2 boys 
on the varsity baseball team and one on the track team. 
Each year sees one or more intramural trophies added to 
the already large collection. 

Phi Kappa Psi was founded at Jefferson College in 
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania in 1852, and since then has 
grown to a national organization of more than 75 chapters 
all over America. The men of the Mississippi Alpha are 
proud of their heritage at Ole Miss and over the nation, 
and continue to play a vital part in campus life each year. 
Interested in social and civic work, Phi Psi and Phi Mu 
sorority sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt for underpriviledged 
children of Oxford last year. 




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First Row: 

Robert Aldinger, Steven Ammann, 

Roderick Beard, Lanny Bradford, 

Richard Brock, Michael Carithers, 
John Corban. 



Second Row: 

Charlie Crews, Jr., James Currie, 
Jimmy Dedeaux, Mike Dumas, Allen 
Gary, Robert Gordon, Jr., Stephen 
Greenhaw. 



Third Row: 

Craig Harris, Donald Harrison, Jr., 
John Hatcher, James Henderson, Rob- 
ert Herring, III, Frank Justice, Evan- 
gelist King. 



Fourth Row: 

George Limbocker, Jr., Floyd Mcln- 
tyre, Larry McMullan, Michael Ma- 
louf, Thomas Mayhugh, David Myers, 
Robert Myers. 



Fifth Row: 

Shelby Nassar, Jefferson Paslay, Arthur 
Preston, Gilbert Rhoades, James Rich- 
ardson, Rian Ringsrud, Stewart Robin- 



Sixth Row: 

Joseph Saad, Jr., Joseph Scrogham, 
Harry Sharp, Peter Simpson, James 
Smith, William Smothers, Michael 
Soper. 



Seventh Row: 

Jack Speed, William Tate, Joseph 
Walker, James Warren, Emile Zoghby. 



Not Pictured: 

Emil Adams, Christian Allenburger, 
Joseph Bass, James Baylen, George 
Butler, Ronald Elias, James Ely, Lloyd 
Hogue, Richard Hutchinson, John 
Jabour, Chester Redditt, Harry Sauce, 
III, Francis Schurtz, Edwin Williams, 
Dennis Wynn. 




Phi Kappa Tau 



Phi Kappa Tau, one of the most rapidly expanding na- 
tional fraternities in the country, was founded at Miami 
University, Oxford, Ohio, March 17, 1906. 

Historians of the fraternity have stressed three funda- 
mental characteristics — emphasis upon innate worth as a 
qualification for membership, democratic nature of the or- 
ganization, and Christian ideals. 

Phi Kappa Tau came on the Ole Miss Campus May 11, 
1967, pledging 17 men. Beginning with formal rush, Phi 
Kappa Tau has continued to grow with the addition of 
thirty members. Striving to attain chapterhood, the Phi 
Tau's have worked hard in all aspects of campus life. Phi 
Kappa Tau in its first season captured the small fraternity 
basketball championship. 

The officers for Phi Kappa Tau during its first year at 
Ole Miss were: President, Terry Thrash; Vice-President, 
Peter Laner; Secretary, Dave Disger; and Treasurer, Ralph 
Winton. 




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Hunter Adams, Williain Bishop, John 
Bouton, Charles Bowden, Stephen 
Clary. 



Second Row: 

Christopher Comer, James Custer, 
Thomas Daniels, Roy Dove, Frederick 
Green. 



Third Row: 

Danny Karr, Brian Kooiman, Peter 
Lauer, William Long, Hollis Lunsford. 



Fourth Row: 

Joseph Marascalco, David Mills, Wil- 
liam Pinkston, Mitch Poole, Tom 
Rackley. 



Fifth Row: 

Paul Spina, James Stokes, Jr., Terry 
Thrash, David White, Ronald Wind- 
ham. 



Sixth Row: 

Ralph Winton, Zig Zicarelli. 



Not Pictured: 

Paul Burroughs, Russell Collins, John 
Harril, William King, Charles Lee- 
mon. Dennis Shupe, Robert Stout, Jr., 
David Visger. 




Phi Kappa Theta 




April 29, 1959, marks the day for a unique unification, 
in which Phi Kappa fraternity, founded at Brown Uni- 
versity, and Theta Kappa Phi of Lehigh University merged 
to form Phi Kappa Theta. 

Throughout its history, Phi Kappa Theta has been 
known as a fraternity with deep rooted principles in broth- 
erhood which gives its members the congenial human as- 
sociation, discipline, social training, athletic, and scholarship 
aids which are conducive to the natural and well-rounded 
development of the college man. 

This year marks the largest growth for the Chi chapter 
here at Ole Miss. It contains among its members several 
scholarship recipients which includes the Carrier Scholar- 
ship and the International Rotary Club Scholar. Its alumni 
include Senator Mike Mansfield, Undersecretary of Agri- 
culture John A. Schnittker and the late president, John F. 
Kennedy. 







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First Row: 

Anthony Abram, Peter Arbuthnot, 
Walter Barhman, Alan Becker. Kevin 
Beyer, George Booth. 



Second Row: 

James Booth, Joseph Booth, Charles 
Campbell, Louis Capaci, Stephen 
Caruso, Van Cheramie. 



Third Row: 

Robert Clark, Pat Coll, Christopher 
Dunn, Joseph Elliott. Michael Farrell, 
James Pisackerly, Jr. 



Fourth Row: 

William Lawrence Jaquith, Joseph 
Jenkins, Bill Lapolla, Victor Nix, III, 
Robert Lee Norris, John Paulsen. 



Fifth Row: 

Jon Rank, Donald Ratliff, James Rat- 
liff, John Rayburn, Francis Remade, 
Dennie Roussel. 



Sixth Row: 

Ronnie Sartain. Stephen Saway. Ste- 
Ronnie Sartain, Stephen Saway, Red 
Skelton, Steven Stegall, John Leo 
Taylor. George Terrebonne. 



Seventh Row: 

James Walzak, Carl Wasson, Thomas 
Wofford. 



Not Pictured: 

David Booher, Arthur Foster, Harry 
Wallace, James Woodall. 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 




The Gamma Iota Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha was 
founded at Ole Miss in 1927, and since that time has 
progressed into its current status as most outstanding on 
campus. Essentially a southern fraternity, being founded at 
the University of Virginia by six Confederate soldiers, Pi 
Kappa Alpha is now one of the five largest fraternities in 
the United States. This is the Centennial Year for the fra- 
ternity as it was founded on March 1, 1868. 

Achievement is synonomous with Pi Kappa Alpha, evi- 
denced by its representation in all phases of campus ac- 
tivity. Several Pikes hold membership in such organiza- 
tions as ODK, Phi Eta Sigma, Campus Senate, Committee 
of 100, YMCA, ASB Cabinet, and many others. PiKA 
claims football players and cheerleaders along with scholars 
and politicians. 

The social season is highlighted by the Roman Ball, Play- 
boy Party, Bohemian Brawl, and Dream Girl Formal with 
numerous parties throughout the year. The Pikes also spon- 
sor a Christmas party for underprivileged children in La- 
fayette County and an Easter Egg Hunt for all children on 
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Robert Abraham, James Barrett, Bruce 
Bellande, Robert Bills, Charles Blount. 
Robert Brennan, Devotie Brister, Olen 
Bryant, Jr. 



Second Row: 

Francis Burnett, James Carr, John 
Cockerham, Ken Conner, Douglas 
Cooper, Bert Cupit, Hubert Davidson, 
John Deitrich. 



Third Row: 

Bruce Dixon, David Fore, Bill Forrest, 
Edward Foster, Hershell George, Alan 
Giffin, Newton Gill, Jimmy Goodman. 

Fourth Row: 

John Gough, Richard Graham, Wil- 
liam Greene, Jacob Guice, Philip Hart, 
Kenny Hayles, Ronald Hayles, Charles 
Herron, III. 



Fifth Row: 

Henry Holifield, Steven Howell, Perry 
Jenkins, Sam Keith, Michael Kelly, 
Thomas Kwasniewski, Noble Kyle, II, 
Robert Leineweber. 



Sixth Row: 

Jim Lovell, Mack Lowery, Otto Mc- 
Kay, Jr., Wyche McMullan, Dwight 
Maddox, Van Manning, Jerry La- 
fayette Marlar, James May. 

Seventh Row: 

John May, III, Forrest Meek, Jeff 
Minor, Colmon Mitchell, Mitchell 
Monsour, Henderson Moore, III, 
Charles Neale, Michael Phillips. 



Eighth Row: 

Richard Phillips, Terry Pieralisi, Don- 
ald Potts, Rusty Ridley, Jr., Edward 
Robinson, Willard Rose, Jr., Robert 
Sanders, Joseph Schmelzer, III. 



Ninth Row: 

Samuel Seay, Charles Smyth, William 
Sneed, John Stone, III, Alfred Sum- 
rail, III, John Tatum, Alfred Tucker, 
Ronald Tucker. 



Tenth Row: 

David W. Waldron, Robert Watts, 
John White, William White. 



Not Pictured: 

James Adams, John Boydstun, Ray- 
mond Brocato, Garry Clawson, John 
Collier. Terry Collier, Alton Corban, 
Jr., James Dawson, David Dean, Ken- 
neth Fowler, III, Robert Goff, Jimmy 
Gouras, Frederick Gregory, Fred 
Hooper. Robert Huey, Jr., George 
Lotterhos, John Louis, Rhes Low, 
Charles Lynch, Edward McGraw, 
Harry Mitchell, Clarence Morgan, III, 
Whitman Mounger, Charles Neill, 
Robert Owen, Edmond Patterson, Ju- 
lius Piazza, Jeffrey Pieralisi, John Pur- 
dom, William Renovich, Robert Rob- 
ison, Steven Sanders, Donald Shields. 
Lester Smith, Carl Summer, James 
Teasley, Thomas Thames, William 
True, James Upchurch, Stephen 
Vaughan. Danny Watts, Ira White, 
Don Wood. 



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Sigma Alpha Epsilon 




Founded March 9, 1856, at the University of Alabama, 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon claims the honor of the the first 
fraternity founded in the South. Among its many other 
distinctions are the fostering of the national Interfraternity 
Council and the establishment of the first fraternity Stu- 
dent Loan Fund. 

L. Q. C. Lamar founded Mississippi Gamma Chapter at 
Ole Miss in 1866. Following the tradition of Lamar, SAE's 
of today excel in every phase of extracurricular activities. 

SAE's attempt to balance their scholastic endeavors with 
a complete round of social activities throughout the year. 
These include Homecoming, Christmas, Paddy Murphy, 
Spirng Formal, and Shipwreck parties. They feel that by 
these means a well-rounded college environment is offered 
in the finest tradition of SAE at Ole Miss. 





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Firjf Roio: 

David Adams, Charles Allen, Jr., Rob- 
ert Allen, III, Robert Anderson, 
Haley Barbour, Reginald Barnes, Art 
Benson, Thomas Birchett. 



Second Row: 

Clifton Blankley, Byron Bower, Wil- 
liam Cain, William Caldwell, Cerard 
Campbell, Louis Chamblee, Sherman 
Cooper, Arch Corley. 

Third Row: 

John Craft, Leslie Crawford, Jr., Rob- 
ert Daniel, Thomas DeMoss, Robert 
Fuller, William C. Gartin, Jr., Wood- 
row Golden, Dewitt Graeber. 

Fourth Row: 

James Graeber, Lawrence Graeber, 
William Gupton, Donald Hall, James 
Hall, John Hardin, Michael Harris, 
John Henson. 

Fifth Row: 

Charles Holmes, Ben Hooke, Lee 
Hyde, Michael Johnson, Robert 
Jones. Kenneth Lee Kauerz, Doug 
Kelso, III, Joseph Lauderdale. 



Sixth Row: 

Robert Lester, John Lewis, Sam Lloyd, 
III, Mark Loflin, Rupert Lyon, Talbot 
McCain, Thomas McCarley, III, 
James McGraw. 



Seventh Row: 

Nathan McKie, Michael McMaster. 
Aubrey McMullen, Jr., Carlton Mash- 
burn, Leon Mashburn, III, Robert 
Moore, John Morgan, Harvey Lee 
Morrison, Jr. 

Eighth Row: 

William Mosby, Samuel Norquist, 
Richard Oakley, William Oakley, 
Richard Ousley, Tims Quinn, Jr., An- 
ton Reel, III, Wesley Reese. 

Ninth Row: 

Sidney Robinson, William Shaw, Rob- 
ert Smith, Charles Streicher, Scott 
Swaney, Stephen Thomas, William 
Trotter, III, Stanley Tupman. 

Tenth Row: 

Michael Wade, Fred Wallace, Jack 
Weiss, Trammell Wells, James Woods. 

Not Pictured: 

William Benson, Richard Bethea, 
George Bullard, Laurance Chandler, 
Michael Curran, Woodrow Day, Jr.. 
William Deterly, Eric Duncan, John 
Ferris, Jonathan Foose, Robert Fuchs, 
Andrew Holmes, Frank Holmes, III, 
John James, James Johnson, III, Rob- 
ert Kappus, William Litton, Dalton 
McBee, James McCain, III, Leland 
McDivitt, Robert Mclver. William 
Mize, III, George Morrow, Danny 
Neal, Joe Peeler, Jr., Tommy Pepper, 
William Phillips, William Phillips, 
Randy Randall, Jacob Ritchey, Nick 
Roberts, Alan Scott, Richard Scruggs, 
Bruce Simmerman, John Steele, 
Vernon Studdard, Larry Torgeson, 
Robert Walker, Jimmy Ware, Donald 
Wells, Charles Williams, Charles 
Wright. 



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Sigma Chi 



Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, was the birthplace of 
the Sigma Chi Fraternity. The Constantine Chapter of 
Sigma Chi, formed during the late part of the Civil War, 
has served as a model for chapters formed all over the 
world in times of war by many fraternities. 

Eta Chapter, one of Sigma Chi's greatest, was estab- 
lished at the University of Mississippi in 1857, and since 
that time has consistently produced its share of leaders in 
every phase of campus life. This year Eta Chapter of Sigma 
Chi boasts Ralph Vance, Vice-President of the ASB; Frank 
DeBay, Editor of the OLE MISS; and David Houston, 
chairman of the Judicial Council. Eta Chapter has been 
one of the top three fraternities in scholarship in past years. 




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Murrah Abernethy, Lemuel Adams, 
Barry Allen, Bryan Barksdale, David 
Beard, Fred Beard, Jr., Benny Bender, 
Jim Blough. 

Second Row: 

John Bottom, III, Clark Burnett, 
George Caldwell, William Catlin, III, 
Ronald Clark, John Cleveland, Mi- 
chael Coleman, Charles Coward. 

Third Row: 

Walter Crawford, William Cushman, 
David Darnell, William Davis, Francis 
Debay, Strawford Dees, III, Samuel 
Feldman, Lucian Ferris. 

Fourth Row: 

John Fletcher, Don Fruge, Glenn 
Gallaspy, Duncan Gray, John Guyton, 
Thomas Hardin, John Harvey, Han- 
ley Hasseltine. 

Fifth Row: 

David Henry, William Hester, Milton 
Hobbs, Kennon Hood, David Houston, 
III, Beckett Howorth, Malcolm Jack- 
son, Jr., Tommy James, Jr. 

Sixth Row: 

David Kinard, Rickey Koon, Horace 
Lester, Jr., William Lovelady, Wiley 
Mcllwain, Norton McKeigney, Eugene 
McLaurin, Joseph Matulich. 

Seventh Row: 

Olin Mauldin, Jr., William Maxey, 
George Maynard, Robert Miller, Rich- 
ard Molpus, Hugh Monteith, Kenneth 
M. Murphree, Joel Payne, Jr. 

Eighth Row: 

Charles Robert Pennebaker, Alan 
Perry, Donald Purvis, Charles Rhea, 
Hal Riggan, Charles Royals, Joseph 
Scott, William Shappley. 

Ninth Row: 

Daniel Singletary, Hugh Stancill, III, 
William Stubblefield, Wendell Trapp, 
Jr., Walter Troop, Jesse Tutor, Jr., 
Ralph Vance, James Watkins. 

Not Pictured: 

Jackson Abies, III, James Adams, 
Robert Adkerson, Charlton Anderson, 
Thomas Anderson, II, John Andrews, 
Jr., John Arnold, Jr., Louis Barnes, 
Jr., Meredith Bass, Jr., Robert Bost- 
wick, III, James Brown, George 
Chamberlain, Lester Chancellor, Clif- 
ton Chunn, Jr., Robert Cook, Gaines 
Cooke, Allen Davidson. Michael 
Mikel Hardison, Robert Hardison, 
Dickson, William Dunn, H. Erikson, 
Charles Farber, Dan Ford, Jr., Frazier 
Fyke, Fred George, William Gillespie, 
William Harris, Joseph Hawkins, Row- 
land Heidelberg, III, Anthony Her- 
rera, Frederick Hickman, Steve Hind- 
man, Hyde Jenkins, Ronald Johnson, 
Ronald Johnson, Robert Jones, Charles 
Kelly, Frank Kennedy, James Kenney, 
John Kinard, James Laughlin, Jr., 
Richard Lenoir, Jr., Robert Livingston, 
Dwight Luter, Fred McDonnell, Har- 
vey McGehee, John McLaurin, John 
Miles, Carl Montgomery, Charles 
Myers, Edward Parker, Ronald Patch, 
James Perkins, Robert Perry, James 
Phillips, James Purvis, Joseph Quin, 
Michael Robbins, Warren Rogers, Jan 
Scarbrough, Clyde Simmons, Jr., Wil- 
liam Sims, Jr., Michael Slocumb, 
Frank Smith, III, James Smith, Jr., 
Lemuel Smith, William Smith, John 
Stanley, Floyd Sulser, Jr., Ralph Sul- 
ser, Thomas Waldrop, Jr., James 
Weems, Jr., Edward Wilmesherr. 



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Since its arrival on the Ole Miss campus in 1927 the 
Epsilon Xi Chapter of Sigma Nu continues to rank year 
after year among the finest of the Ole Miss fraternities. 

Founded on the ideals of Love, Honor, and Truth, on 
January 1, 1869 by three cadets of the Virginia Military 
Institute the Sigma Nu fraternity boasts 139 chapters across 
the nation. 

The versatility of the Sigma Nu's is evident from their 
participation in all phases of campus activities. The 
"Snakes" look with pride to their ten members of ODK 
and Jimmy Dukes ODK Vice-President. Billy Gotlshall is 
presently serving as ASB President, and Carson Hughes as 
President Pro-tempore of the Senate. They also boast sev- 
eral senators, Carrier Scholars, and three cheerleaders. 

The Sigma Nu Creed is "to believe in the lief of Love; 
to walk in the way of Honor; to serve in the light of 
Truth." 




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Mendum Briscoe, Edward Bryant, 
Thomas Buclianan, Bobo Champion, 
Jr., Thomas Cloar, Jerald Cockrell, 
Donald Cox. 



Second Row: 

Samuel Daniel, Robert Decoux, Jimmy 
Dukes, Thomas Dukes, Michael Ellis, 
Robert Ellis, Jr., John Fields. 



Third Row: 

Fred Flinn, Jim Galloway, William 
Gottshall, Jr., James Haddock, Wil- 
liam Harrell, Carson Hughes, Donald 
Kilgore. 



Fourth Row: 

Michael Lawyer, John Lilly, James 
Lindsey, Jr., Edward Lyon, William 
Lyon, John McCarty, Tedford Mc- 
Cullough. 



Fifth Row: 

James McElwee, Shelby McKey, Roy 
Manning, Jr., Tom Paine, James 
Poole, Tally Riddell, Jr., Ronnie 
Samuels. 



Sixth Row: 

Eric Schweitzer, W. Simmons, Larry 
Smith, Stan Smith, Walker Swaney, 
Robert Tomlinson, Frank Trapp. 



Seventh Row: 

Richard Tuteur, Nicky Vance, Eddie 
Vandiver, Tommy Vinson, John Wade, 
Arthur Walton, Dwight Watts, Jr. 



Eighth Row: 

Bobby Webb, Amzie Williams. 

Not Pictured: 

Thomas Buford, Alan Bush, David 
Butts, Jr., Glenn Cannon, Terry Car- 
penter, Robert Carter, John Case, 
Charles Cloud, William Colmer, Car- 
roll Cotton, Michael Dikeman, Ed- 
ward Donovan, Robert Ellis, Joe 
Enoch, Bailey Fridge, Terry Frost, 
John Galberry, Glenn Galey, John 
Galloway, John Gill, James Griffin, 
Bradley Hall, William Hamilton, H. 
Heidel, John Hollingsworth, Jr., Jay 
Hollis, Allen Hovious, Bradford Ho- 
vious, Thomas Ingels, Lonny Jones, 
Victor Jones, Robert Keller, Alex 
Kiamie, Jr., Jefferson Kimbro, James 
Lane, Stephen Lawyer. George Leg- 
gett, Mike Long, Ray Long, Samuel 
Mcall, Wayne McClure, Jr., Michael 
McElhaney, Jack Mclntyre, Jr., Elisha 
Manning, III, Zeb Reeves, III, Rob- 
ert Revere, Jerry Riley, Malcolm 
Rogers, Joe Ross, Jr., John Russell, 
John Sample, David Shreve, Timothy 
Smith, James Stahnke, Jr., Tom Todd, 
Jr., John Townsend, Tom Trout, Rob- 
ert Uzzle, Dean Vance. Leonard Vin- 
cent, William Waits, Jr., Joseph Web- 
ster, William White, Tony Woodall. 



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Sigma Phi Epsilon 



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Twelve divinity students founded Sigma Phi Epsilon on 
November 1, 1901, at Richmond College, in Richmond, 
Virginia. These students met weekly to share each other's 
company and from this brotherhood grew Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon — the Fraternity with the Heart. 

Because of the fraternity's association with the American 
Heart Association and the badge which its members wear, 
Sig Eps enjoy true brotherhood which is expressed in this 
motto: "Brotherhood is free and begins and ends with the 
Heart, we enjoy a true brotherhood." 

The Scholarship program in Sigma Phi Epsilon provides 
for awards to chapters and individual members for their 
academic achievement. The Clifford B. Scott Key, for the 
highest academic average in each chapter, and the DuBach 
Award for the greatest scholastic improvement are among 
the awards which are presented each year. 




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Malcolm Aldridge, Frank Austin, Will 
Bennett, Eric Blackwood, Kenneth 
Blandford, Charles Broun, III, Don- 
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Second Row: 

Randall Cox, Robert Crossley, Wil- 
liam Davenport, Jr., Michael Dawson, 
Earl Denham, Jerry Gay, Joe Gay. 



Third Row: 

Michael Hebbard, Alden Hiett, Cleve 
Huggins, III, Robert Hunt, Eugene 
Jennings, Donald Kitchens, Hartley 
Kittle, III. 



Fourth Row: 

Hershel Ladner, Robert Charles Lea, 
Henry Lindsay, III, Richard Little, 
Daniel, McKessy, Jeffrey Miller, Wil- 
lard Neely, II. 



Fifth Row: 

Ronald Powell, John Lewis Price, 
Theodore Rainey, Jr., Larry Rea, Wil- 
liam Reid, Jr., Henry Rhaly, Jr., Mai 
Riddell. 



Sixth Row: 

William Roach, Jr., Jonathan Staryk, 
Ken Sullivan, Brent Tinnin, David 
Tootle, Stephen Vassallo, Robert 
Weeks. 



Seventh Row: 

Frank Weis, Robert Williams, Jr., Wil- 
liam Wingo. 



Not Pictured: 

Frank Berry, II, Steven Bowman, 
Lawrence Byrd, Jr., Jon Crook, George 
Hantla, Ronny Johnson, Sam Kirsch- 
ten, Thomas Kirschten, Akron Koon, 
Luther McEachern, Harold Noll, Jr., 
William Perrine, Jack Tickle, Hans 
Tischner, Jim Wakeland, Richard 
White. 



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Sigma Pi 



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Four students at Vincennes University, Indiana, founded 
Sigma Pi Fraternity on February 26, 1897. Athletic ex- 
cellence as well as scholastic achievement are among the 
main goals of Sigma Pi. Beta Mu Chapter is small, but a 
well knit organization and every member, active or pledge, 
has an opportunity to participate actively in chapter func- 
tions. The main goal of every member, aside from making 
his grades, is to capture the intramural sports champion- 
ship. 

The objectives of Sigma Pi are to establish a brotherhood 
of, and for, college men ; to promote scholarship ; to ad- 
vance truth and justice; to diffuse culture; and to encour- 
age chivalry among men. 

Some of Sigma Pi's outstanding alumni include Walter 
Shirra, U.S. Astronaut; Larry Grantham, All-Pro lineman 
of the New York Jets; and Curtis Shake, Chief Judge at 
the Nuremburg trials. 




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First Row: 

Harry Board, Charles Reynolds Bois- 
seavv, Stephen Clouse, Theodore Co- 

l)urn. 



Second Row: 

Russell Defrancesco, Jerry Dover, 
Thomas Flanary, James Flanders. 



Third Row: 

Paul Garner, Paul Gresham, John 
Kamman, Carl Kuester. 



Fourth Row: 

Francis Larkin, William Palmer, Win- 
ston Smith, William Valentine. 



Fifth Row: 

John Marshall Wall, Charles Weber, 
Donald Wiater, John Robert Win- 
throp. 



Not Pictured: 

Jimmy Baker, Woolsey Caye, Jr., 
Thomas Cothran, Ronald ' Davis, 
George Hertl, Kenneth Jackson, John 
Krupa, Polydefkis Kypriandes, George 
Lewis, Randall Lipschultz, David Mc- 
Aleer, William Makowiecki, Roger 
Mattei, Raymond Meifert, Joel Moore, 
John Moscarillo, John Park, Brian 
Safian, Frank Worner, III. 



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Junior Inter-Fraternity Council 



The Junior Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of two 
pledges from each fraternity. These representatives are se- 
lected by their individual pledge classes and serve for the 
entire year. The council is also composed of two repre- 
sentatives from the Senior Inter-Fraternity who are elected 
to serve as advisors of Junior IFC for organizational pur- 
poses. 

The purpose of Junior Panhellenic is to organize the 
instill in its membership the principles of the fraternity 
system. In doing this, the representatives may give to their 
individual fraternities an incentive to mprove where man- 
hood may flourish. The council also acts as a service or- 
ganization, carrying out projects designed by the Senior 
Interfraternity Council. 



First Row: F. S. Hartsfield, W. Rees, W. W. Drinkwater, D. P. 
Myers. Second Row: J. C. Fletcher, S. L. Walters, R. A. Kennedy, 
G. R. Rhoades. 




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First Row: R. F. Williams, M. K. Graves, T. D. Favre, B. R. 
Young, L. L. McRight, R. A. Browne, F. A. Dibenedetto, S. E. 
Edrington, Rebecca Lnloe. Second Row: Carlyn Jones, Mary Dyre, 



Marty Windels, Anne Perkins, A. W. Buchanan, E. A. Coldwell, 
M. M. Harsh, M. A. Williams, M. A. Bearden, Vicki Taylor. 



Junior Panhellenic Council 



The Junior Panhellenic program is established at the 
University of Mississippi under the supervision of Senior 
Panhellenic Council. 

The purpose of Junior aPnhellenic is to organize the 
sorority pledge classes into a more unified working body, 
while each still maintains its own individuality. Through 
this program the pledges were able to learn about the or- 
ganization and working of the Panhellenic system and to 
voice their suggestions for its improvement. 



OFFICERS 

President TISA HOLLOMAN 

Vice-President FAYE DE BENEDETTO 

Secretary ANN ENLOE 

Treasurer TOMMYE DALE FAVRE 



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Parade of Beauties and Favorities 



The Parade of Beauties and Favorites, held each fall in 
the Coliseum and sponsored by the Ole Miss Yearbook, is 
an annual event at which the most popular and most beau- 
tiful girls at Ole Miss are chosen. 

Ole Miss coeds representing both women's residential halls 
and sororities participate in the event. On the evening of 
the Parade, ten favorites are selected by the audience, and 
a panel of judges name ten beauties. 



Herbert Rogers was the emcee for the 1968 Parade; en- 
tertainment was provided by Sandra Williams, Georgianna 
Alexander, and The Group. 

The photography work was done by Bob Alexander of 
Grenada. The photographs of the top beauties and favorites 
were taken at the Broadwater Beach Hotel in Biloxi, and 
the remainder of the pictures were taken in the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Elkins of Oxford . 




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A Rose between two thorns. 



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First Beauty 



Miss Jane Carol Foshee 



Miss Jane Carol Foshee, a freshman in the School of 
Education, from Hattiesburg Mississippi, is Ole Miss' Num- 
ber One Beauty for 1968. Jane Carol is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Foshee, and she is a member of Chi 
Omega Sorority. 





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Mac Haik 



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Miss Martha Tate Stokely, Delta Delta Delta 





1968 Favorites 



The Favorites of Ole Miss are chosen each year at the Pa- 
rade of Beauties and Favorites by the students who attend 
the Parade. 

The Favorites chosen this year were Carolyn Bruno of 
Jackson, Zetta Bryant of Gulfport, Cynthia Chrestman of 
Helena, Ark., Dale Holmes of Yazoo City, Pat Home of 
Jackson, Walterine Permenter of Greenville, Shelley Schuy- 
ler of Sumner, Linda Smith of Grenada, and Andrea Sud- 
duth of Vicksburg. 



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FAVORITES: Cynthia Chrestman, Carolyn Bruno, Shelley Schuyler 



FAVORITES: Pat Home, Zetta Bryant, Barbara Woodbury, Walterine 
Permenter 




FAVORITES: Andrea Sudduth, Linda Smith, Dale Holmes 



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Homecoming Queen 



Barbara Woodbury 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 




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Alternate Beauties: Donna Edwards, Connie Sue 
Berry, Gwen Massey, Judy Rost, Martha Doran. 




Alternate Beauties 



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Best Dressed, Deen Strickland, Delta Gamma. 



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Athletics 




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Claude M. (Tad) Smith 
Athletic Director 



John Reed Holley 
Business Manager 



John H. Vaught 
Head Coach 





Ole Miss Coaching Staff 



The tremendous staff of coaches represent one of the oldest and finest parts of 
the heritage at Ole Miss. Most of the coaches played as former Rebels and graduated 
from Ole Miss. They naturally exhibit the Rebel spirit and pass on the same winning 
tradition to the players. Heading the coaching staff is John H. Vaught, one of the 
winningest coaches in the history of athletics. In 20 years at Ole Miss he has led 
successive Rebel teams to 162 victories, 47 defeats, 12 ties, and 14 post-season bowl 
games in a row. 

In charge of Ole Miss athletics is C. M. (Tad) Smith who is athletic director. 
The Business manager is John Reed Holley. Coach Vaught has many experienced 
assistants to help in making the great team that have been produced from the Uni- 
versity of Mississippi. They are Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, offensive line coach, UM, 
1938; John Cain, offensive backfield coach, Alabama, 1938; Jim (Buster) Poole, 
defensive line coach, UM, 1937; Junie Hovious, defensive backfield coach and golf 
coach, UM, 1942; Wobble Davidson, freshman coach, UM, 1942; Ray Poole, as- 
sistant, UM, 1947; Roland Dale, end coach, UM 1950; Eddie Crawford, assistant 
football and Head Basketball Coach, UM, 1957; Billy Mustin, assistant, UM, 1950; 
Tom Swayze, Chief Recruiter and Head Baseball Coach, UM, 1933; Wesley (Doc) 
Knight, Trainer and Track Coach, Springfield, 1935. Billy (Nub) Sanders, equip- 
ment manager, also graduated from Ole Miss. 

Each year the athletic program at Ole Miss gains strength and depth to strive 
for the top in all areas of athletic endeavor. The fine staff of coaches help enhance 
the attainment of this goal. 



Jeff K. Hamm 

Business Manager Emeritus 



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Rebel Coaching Staff: Front Row: C. M. (Tad) Smith, Athletic 
Director; John (Junie) Hovious, backfield coach; John Cain, Back- 
field coach; Billy Mustin, assistant coach; Wes (Doc) Knight, 
trainer; Eddie Crawford, assistant coach. Back Row: John H. 



Vaught, head coach; Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, line coach; Jim 
(Buster) Poole, line coach; Ray Poole, assistant coach; J. W. 
(Wobble) Davidson, assistant coach; Roland Dale, end coach; 
Tom K. Swayze, assistant coach. 



Chancellor Williams, Coaches, and players enjoy keeping the Golden Egg-symbol of Mississippi football supremacy. 




Rebels Are 6-4, But Go To Sun Bowl 



The 1967 Rebels saw mixed zest and emotion throughout 
the somewhat disappointing season. The usually tough 
Vaught Vikings fell to depths of despair at times but soared 
to heights of acclaim to typify the glory of the gridiron. 

A shocking loss to Memphis State, the first Vaught open- 
ing defeat, initiated the 6-4 season. After bouncing back 
with a defeat of the Wildcats in Lexington, Kentucky, the 
gridmen were beaten in Birmingham by the Crimson Tide 
of the Bear. The height of the season came in Jackson 
with a revenge defeat of the third-ranked Georgia Bull- 
dogs. The Rebels then returned to campus for back to 
back wins over the dazzling Houston Cougars and intra- 
state rival Mississippi Southern. Then Bengal Tigers of 
LSU became the next foe that would determine how much 
gold the season would uncover. A heartbreak tie left the 
Rebels in an awkward position that turned worse Tennessee 
physically whipped the sputtering Rebs. Season ending vic- 
tories over Vanderbilt and Mississippi State, played in a 



sea of mud, gave the Rebels a Sun Bowl berth. During 
Christmas, Vaught's bowl bound Rebels traveled to El 
Paso to become the victims of the unacclaimed Miners. 

Throughout the season in the midst of clutch situations, 
the Rebel passing attack failed to materialize, and Vaught 
was forced to rely upon a running game. The leading SEC 
rusher, Steve Hindman, was instrumental with his power- 
house running but antiquated plays and a sputtering at- 
tack left the Rebels on the short end in far too many games. 

Credit must be given to those graduating seniors who 
sought team recognition instead of individual glory. Coach 
Vaught and staff will feel the loss of Mac Haik, Bruce 
Newell, Jimmy Keyes, Jim Urbanek, Tommy James, Bob 
Vaughn, Dan Sartin, Alan Bush, Jerry Richardson, Bobby 
Wade, Don Street, and Mac McClure. All together ten 
seniors were drafted by the pro leagues pointing out that 
material was not the problem with the Rebels. Loyal fans 
are looking for a new look in 1968. 




The Rebels huddle up to map new strategy for the next play. 



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Payoff plays like this touchdown pass to the Indian made the season worth 
while. 




The Offense takes a breather and watches the Defense cut out more 
work for them. 



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Tiger High Upsets 

Ole Miss, 27-17 

Ole Miss started its 1967 football campaign in Memphis 
and in a wild offensive battle full of breaks and miscues 
came out on the short end of a 27-17 score. The Rebels 
scored just before the half on a 31 -yard Keyes field goal 
only to have Pappas run the ensuing kickoff back 93 yards. 
When the Rebs opened the second half with Bo Bowen's 
identical run of 89 yards, the lead was quickly lost on Bill 
Jones' fumbled punt. The Tigers recovered on the Reb 2 
and two plays later Covington banged over for the Tigers. 
Ole Miss then stomped through State with Wade, Street, 
and Hindman. Hindman scored from three yards to put the 
Rebs out front for the third and last time. In the fourth 
quarter the Tigers took advantage of a bad punt attempt 
and went out in front to stay for their first victory over Ole 
Miss. 



"One-way" Street rolls through the Tigers. 



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Rebels Claw Cats 
In 26-13 Win 



Jimmy Keyes kicked two field goals and Bobby Wade 
broke loose on a 66-yard touchdown romp to lead Ole Miss 
to a 26-13 victory over the Kentucky Wildcats. Keyes 
started the scoring with a 21 -yard boot, and the Rebs, then 
deep in their own territory, sent Wade off behind Allen 
Bush's blocking on a 66-yard touchdown run. Later, Tommy 
James intercepted a Lyons pass and returned to the Cat 16. 
Bruce Newell burst over from the 9-yards out moments later. 
Keyes kicked another 3-pointer in the third stanza from 35 
yards, and in the fourth quarter the Rebs scored on a 16- 
yard pass from Newell to Haik. Lyons scored both Ken- 
tucky touchdowns; one in each of the final periods. He 
scored from the one after an 80-yard drive and added an- 
other TD from the 2 with 2:30 left. 



Newell goes into the end zone after James' interception. 



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Millions See Tide 
Fall on Rebels 



The Tide from Tuscaloosa fell on five Ole Miss fumbles 
before a national television audience, and 'Bama used these 
breaks to forge a 21-7 victory over the Rebels. In the sec- 
ond quarter the Rebs drove to the Tide 26 only to have a 
pass intercepted and run back 35 yards. Alabama bogged 
down but when Ole Miss got possession they lost a fumble 
which the Tide used as a stepping stone for a Stabler to 
Homan scoring strike. The Rebels fumbled on the open- 
ing play of the second quarter, and four plays later the 
Snake slipped in for the score. In the last period, Ed Mor- 
gan capped an 88-yard drive by piling over from one yard 
out. Terr)' Collier took the Rebel reins and in the final 13 
minutes completed 10 of 21 for 1 16 yards and a TD pass to 
Haik from 23 yards away. Collier kept Ole Miss in Tide 
territory but an interception with :45 left drowned the 
Rebels' hopes. 



Homan doesn't get away this time. 



Hindman burst through the Tide. 



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Third ranked Dogs 
Fall to Rebs, 29-20 



The Rebels came from behind twice to shock the third- 
ranked Georgia Bulldogs 29-20 in what Coach Johnny 
Vaught called a "must" game. Georgia took a quick 7-0 
lead, and things were looking bad until James raced 68 
yards to the Bulldog four with a punt. Bowen slashed in 
for the score, and Keyes missed his first conversion in 42 
tries. The Rebs drove 49 yards then and Street bulled over 
from the one. But the Dogs held the halftime lead on 
Lawrence's one-yard sweep. In the third quarter Lawrence 
fumbled on his 14 and Keyes added 3 more. Bowen sparked 
a 58-yard drive and scored from the one and Newell 
sneaked in for two Reb final quarter tallies. Georgia stayed 
close with a fourth period passing score from Moore to 
King, but a Keyes interception late in the game killed the 
Bulldogs' hopes. 



Hindman takes a well-deserved breather. 



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President Billy and Homecoming Queen, Barbara Woodbury. 



Rebs Beat Southern 
For Homecomin! 



Ole Miss capped a perfect Homecoming Day celebration 
by defeating the Southerners from Hattiesburg 23-13 in a 
game here on campus. 2500 saw the Rebs score first then 
try to fight off series after series of determined Southern 
attacks. 

In the opening period Newell threw to Haik on a 35- 
yard bomb. Two minutes later, Tommy James fielded a 
punt on his 21, weaved and bounced his way through 
blockers and tacklers alike, and scampered 79 yards for the 
TD. But Southern came back to score on a replay almost 
of James' run and after Keyes' first 3-pointer, the halftime 
score was 17-7. 

Southern drove for a score in the third quarter and Keyes 
kept Ole Miss ahead with a record field goal to make it 
20-14. Southern started another paydirt drive but Trapp 
fell on a fumble at his 40. The Rebels powered close to the 
goal and with 4 seconds left Keyes booted a third goal to 
put it out of reach. 



Bo Bowen follows blocker for good gain. 



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Cougar mauled by defensive line. 



Another Cougar hit hard by defense. 



Cougars Mauled As 
Extra Point Fails 



Houston's ninth-ranked Cougars fell from the ratings 
when the Rebels, playing hot defense in Oxford, upset the 
Cougars 14-13. After spotting Houston a touchdown on 
Don Bean's 73-yard punt-return, Ole Miss recovered a 
Warren McVea fumble on Houston's 23, and Newell threw 
to Haik for the first Rebel score. Houston was stopped cold 
within the Ole Miss 10 and Ken Hebert's field goal was 
wide — a sign of things to come. In the third stanza Bob 
Bailey fell on a loose Cougar ball at the 37. Newell floated 
a pass to the goal that appeared to be intercepted until 
H. N. Shows politely snatched the ball and went in for the 
score; Keyes' PAT was good. The Cougars roared back 
and Woodall connected with Achley on a 42-yard scoring 
strike. The snap was good, the ball on the tee, but Hebert's 
foot was off the mark. Ole Miss won 14-13. 



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Hindman dives over for Ole Miss' first touchdown. 



Another P.A.T. Missed 
L.S.U. Ties Rebs, 13-13 

It all boiled down to a battle of toes in Jackson when Ole 
Miss met the Bayou Bengal from LSU in what has become 
a classic. Ole Miss started the scoring with a 51 -yard drive 
finished by Hindman's 2-yard plunge to paydirt. But LSU 
came back immediately going from their 37 to the Reb one 
where Eddie Ray fumbled into the end zone and Ole Miss 
recovered. But the Tigers roared back and Dousay scored 
from the one. In the second half Keyes kicked field goals of 
35 and 45 yards to tie the SEC career record in that depart- 
ment and give the Rebs a 13-7 lead. But LSU marched 80 
yards and had a first down on the Reb 8. From there New- 
field circled left untouched for a touchdown. With 3 : 22 left 
and the score tied 13-13, Steve Daniels' kick was to the left 
and the score ended deadlocked. 




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A caged Tiger goes down. 



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Orange Ogres Break 
Eight Year Jinx 



Tennessee overcame an 8-year losing streak to Ole Miss 
by taking a 20-7 victory away in Memphis. The second- 
ranked Volunteers took advantage of the breaks to build up 
a 17-0 halftime lead that the Rebels just couldn't catch. Be- 
fore a record-breaking crowd of 51,000 in the Memphis 
Memorial Stadium Tennessee eliminated Ole Miss' Sugar 
Bowl hopes and won a trip to Miami. Tailback Walter 
Chadwick swept left end and passed for two Vol touch- 
downs in the second quarter while Karl Kremser kicked two 
field goals for the Vol's halftime lead. In the second half, 
the Rebs got on the scoreboard following a touchdown 
plunge by Wade from the one following an Urbanek fum- 
ble recovery. But it was too late and too little as Tennessee 
got another 3 points to wind up the scoring. 




Haik lets this one get away. 




The Rebs dig in. 




Chadwick slips past Cannon and scores 
first Orange TD. 



Vandy Sunk Under 
Reb Broad side 



The Commodores from Vanderbilt were completely out- 
classed as the Rebels racked up their fifth victory behind 
the workhorse running of Steve Hindman who ran for 215 
yards and 3 touchdowns, one for 76 yards. Bruce Newell set 
up one of Hindman's scores with a 41 -yard run and passed 
to Haik for another score. Ole Miss' first score came on a 
3-yard run by Hindman after Newell set it up with a 57-yard 
pass to Bill Matthews. Hindman's flashy 76-yard run posted 
the second score, but Vandy drove for a touchdown after- 
wards, climaxed by a 14-yard pass play. The Rebs later 
marched 68 yards with Hindman going in from the three 
after Newell's run. The final score came in the third quar- 
ter when Newell hit Haik on a 13-yard strike. The Rebels 
were heading for Starkville and a date in another bowl 
game. 










The Indian slips past a Commodore as Bush submarines him. 



Hindman gets a few of the 215 yards he churned out. 





Rebs Outslop Necks 
In Own Trough 

The Rebels went down to Moo U. and wrung a 10-3 vic- 
tory over the Rednecks from Starkville. The muddy field 
slowed both teams and made for a closer score than anyone 
expected. State didn't give up hope until only :47 remained 
when Glenn Cannon knocked away a sure scoring strike. 
The Cow College fans can say that if the pass had been 
higher from Pharr, the State end Saget might have had a 
touchdown. But the scoreboard still read 10-3. Ole Miss 
opened the scoring in the first period with Van Brown's 38- 
yard field goal. Then the Rebs went 47 yards in five plays, 
one a 29-yard pass from Newell to Haik. Haik then scored 
on a 9-yard quickie from Newell. State managed a second- 
quarter field goal. Then a sloppy second half saw no scores. 



"Don't drop it, Ref. This one's dry. 



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Newell goes in for only Rebel score. 




Miners Dig, 
Cave In On Rebs 



Who the hell is Texas at El Paso? The Sun Bowl? These 
were some of the comments around the campus before the 
Rebels went west and got an answer to these questions. Ole 
Miss was humiliated by an obscure team in an obscure bowl 
by the score of 14-7. The Rebs managed only 6 first downs 
to El Paso's 16, lost 3 fumbles, and were outgained almost 
3 yards to every 1 they got. Coach Vaught said, "We had 
heard a lot about their offense, but someone neglected to 
emphasize their defense." Ole Miss only got past El Paso's 
40-yard line once and that was to score their lone touch- 
down — a 1-yard sneak by Newell following McClure's pass 
interception that went to the one. El Paso waited until the 
final period to finally explode their offense and go ahead on 
the scoreboard. The fired-up Miners started a 66-yard scor- 
ing drive climaxed by Billy Stevens' 5-yard pass to flanker 
David Karns. Seven minutes later linebacker Fred Carr 
caused a fumble that El Paso fell on at the Ole Miss 22. Full- 
back Larry McHenry carried four straight times and went 
over from the four for the winning score. Coach Billy Dobbs 
of El Paso admired that his team "played their hearts out." 
It was obvious the Ole Miss didn't. 



Webb and McGee have him cornered. 



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Sartin gets ready to cream one of them. 



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Bailey and Cannon smother a Miner. 



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Injuries and Tough SEC Stymie the Rebels 



Turner hits a lay-up to the amazement of the 7-foot giant and his 
wide-mouthed friend. 




Early-season injuries and a tough Southeastern Confer- 
ence combined to deal the Ole Miss Rebel basketball team 
a 7-17 overall record for 1967-68. But the year was high- 
lighted by a victory in the Poinsetta Classic in Greenville, 
S.C., during the Christmas break and several outstanding 
victories throughout the season. 

Injuries plagued the squad throughout the season. Ken 
Turner suffered from double vision; Jerry Brawner had a 
broken finger; Larry Martindale injured his knee; Eddie 
Miller had elbow trouble; Dale Stevens received a concus- 
sion; and Ron Coleman hurt his back. These injuries plus 
the coming-of-age of a fine, well-balanced SEC held the 
Rebels from a winning season. 

Senior Ronnie Aldy missed the first semester and this 
contributed to the slow 1-5 start before the Poinsetta Classic. 
The Rebs only managed a win over Arkansas A&M while 
falling to Texas, Arkansas, Furman, and Alabama. But 
in South Carolina the team jelled and won victories over 
Furman and Hardin-Simmons to clinch the crown. Then 
Ole Miss went headlong into the rough conference slate 
with an oft-injured unit. They managed only four wins the 
rest of the season, but the wins were big. The first was over 
State, 63-53, then in succession the Rebs knocked over Ala- 
bama (77-69), Auburn (57-56), and LSU (87-85) despite 
a 40-point spree by Ail-American Soph "Pistol" Pete Mara- 
vich. This game drew the largest basketball crown ever in 
the state of Mississippi. Before these wins, Ole Miss played 
three of the nation's top-ten teams twice and barely missed 
winning over two of them. These were Kentucky, Tennes- 
see, and Vanderbilt when all three were at the top. The 
Vols squeaked by 66-65 while the 'Cats salvaged a 85-76 
win. 

Junior forward Turner (6-5) finished as the Rebs' top 
scorer with a 13.8 average that drew him some All-SEC 
billing. (6-8) center Brawner followed at 12.5, and Soph 
guard Ron Coleman (6-3), the early leader, wound up 
third with 10.6. The Reb team hit 39.4 from the field (628 
of 1591) and 67.2 from the free-throw line (440 of 654). 
Ole Miss averaged 70.6 points per game to the opponents' 
79.1. 

With the loss of two valuable seniors, Martindale and 
Aldy, Coach Eddie Crawford will still have many key 
players returning. The basketball interest and turnout are 
indicative of the growth and calibre of Ole Miss basketball. 






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1967-1968 Rebel Basketball Team: Front Row: Freddy Setser, 
Terry Jordan, Eddie Miller, Larry Martindale, Ronnie Aldy. Sec- 
ond Row: Ron Coleman, David Williams, Charlie Ward, Ken 



Turner, Charles Jordan. Third Row: Dale Stevens, Lock Ross, 
Tom Butler, Rodney Chamblee, Jerry Brawner, Danny Dossett. 



Pistol Pete shows his stuff. 



Thank God! 





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Hustle Kept the Rebs in the Running 








Baby Rebs look forward to varsity play next year. 



Baby Rebels Go 3-1 on Gridiron 



The 1967 freshman football team played a four game 
schedule resulting in three victories. In the first game of 
the season, the Baby Bengals from L.S.U. whipped the 
Rebel frosh 28-0. The Tiger defense held the Rebs to a 
minus 37 yards, but ace quarterback Archie Manning 
rushed for 36 yards and hit on 9 of 17 passes for 121 yards. 
Next the Baby Rebels hit the road to Tuscaloosa where they 
took a 21-2 victory. An alert secondary picked off six passes 
to snap a Tide frosh winning streak at eight. The Tide 
managed to get on the scoreboard only by blocking a punt 
out of the end zone. The Vanderbilt Commodores crawled 
out of Hemingway Stadium defeated 80-8. The Reb quar- 



terbacks fired eight touchdown passes with Manning hitting 
four, Shug Chumbler three, and Bob White one. The Rebels 
jumped to a 13-0 first period lead, extended it to 38-8 by 
halftime, then poured across 42 more points in the second 
half. The finale of the season came when the necks from 
Mississippi State invaded the Ole Miss campus. The fresh- 
men rolled over the Bullpups to end the season at 3 wins 
and 1 loss with a 49-7 win. 

The Reb freshmen of 1967 though a small squad by 
comparison to other teams proved themselves the "Dirty 
Thirty" that will provide future winning teams. 



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Rookie Reb Cagers Go 5-13 



The 1967-1968 freshman basketball season was one of 
disappointment for the Rebels. Coach Eddie Crawford 
signed several top high school players in hopes that the 
season would be as successful as the few previous years. The 
freshman coaches Donnie Wessinger and Jim Moran de- 
pended heavily upon such high school standouts as Whitey 
Adams, John Schlitzman, and John Stein. Adams of West 
Allis, Wis. who stands 6-1 was chosen an all-state guard. 
Schlitzman of Orange Park, Fla., is a 6-9 center and the 
tallest player to be signed for Ole Miss basketball. He 
averaged 23.1 points and better than 17 rebounds a game 



during his senior season. The first player to sign was Jim 
Stein, a 6-5 forward from Ocala, Fla., who averaged 20.1 
points in 28 games for Ocala High where he averaged 11.1 
rebounds per game and had a 49.1 percentage from the 
floor. Stein garnered unanimous all-state recognition. 

The Rebel rookies compiled a 5 win and 13 lost record. 
It seemed that no matter how hard these boys played, the 
other team got the breaks and won. The Baby Rebs were 
severely hurt when injuries claimed two key members of 
the squad. They were 6-5 center-forward Ron Goodin and 
5-11 guard Harper Young. 



Freshman Cagers: Kneeling: Harper Young and Hunter Twiford. 
Standing: John Purdham, Bob Tomlinson, John Schlitzman, Jim 
Stein, and Whitey Adams. 




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Rebel Pitching Staff: Front Row: Richie Prine, Fred Stanley, Ron- 
nie Aldy, Larry Kerr, Butch Lambert, Scottie Hasler, Joe Mus- 



grave, and Coach Tom Swayze. Back Row: Buzz Haven, Eddie 
Duechle. Chip Stewert, Eric Ayres, Butch Owen, and Buddy Bowen. 



Baseball Team Wins Western Davison Crown 



"We'll never win if that woman doesn't quit yelling at Moonie to 
give her son a break." 




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The 1967 Ole Miss baseball team compiled a 15-14 
overall record and went 9-8 in SEC competition to win 
in the Western Division Championship race. In the playoff 
against Auburn for the overall crown, the Rebels fell to 
the Tigers in a best 2 out of 3 series. The Rebs started with 
a 2-1 series edge over Mississippi Southern and then split 
2 games with McNeese State. To begin SEC play, Ole Miss 
won 2 of 3 over Mississippi State, then won 2 of 3 from 
Alabama after defeating Delta State 22-3. They then split 
2 games in series against LSU and Memphis State. Then 
Alabama won 2 of 3 but the Rebs jumped back with a pair 
of wins over LSU again. The Rebels lost 2 of 3 from State 
as the Division race went to the wire, but then they beat 
LSU 6-2 to win the Division. 



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All-American Jimmy Yawn and 5 seniors led the 1967 
Rebels on the diamond. Yawn set the school records with 
a .380 batting average, 9 home runs, and 38 runs-batted-in. 
Sophomore shortstop Tommy Nichols drew All-SEC recog- 
nition. Centerfielder Glenn Lusk, third-sacker Ronnie Rob- 
inson, catcher Bobby Wade, and pitcher Scott Hasler were 
on the Western Division All-SEC team. Other seniors were 
catchers Jimmy Bennett, Ronnie Penny, and outfielder Lent 
Rice. Junior lettermen were Eric Ayers, Butch Owen, 
Larry Kerr, Ronnie Robinson, Buzz Haven, and Grafton 
Moore. Ronnie Aldy, Bobby Wade, Eddie McLarty, Ken 
Turner, and Kenny Oakley were the sophomore lettermen. 
Nichols led the SEC in stolen bases with 13 while Hasler 
pitched for a 4-0 record and a 12-3 overall varsity record. 




"I know you were out at first, but why run to third?' 



Auburn Humbles Rebs in SEC Playoff 



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McLarty stretches to get this one out. 









Easy out. 




1967 REBEL GOLFERS— Kneeling, Coach Junie Hovious, Don 
Fruge, Jimmy Gamblin, Chuck Rea, Standing, Warren Rogers, Neil 
Lovelady, Allen Hovious. 



Ole Miss Golfers Are Third in S.E.C. 



Don Fruge chips up in hopes for a birdie. 



The All-Meridian and Oxford Ole Miss golf team com- 
pleted the best season that Coach Junie Hovious' linksmen 
have ever had. The Rebel golfers drove, chipped, and put- 
ted their way to a 7-3 match record, first place in the Mis- 
sissippi Intercollegiate Tournament for the second straight 
year, and an all-time Ole Miss high of third place in the 
Southeastern Conference. The team placed third at the 
USM Invitational and fourth at the Buckhaults Invitational 
in Mobile. Chuck Rea and Don Fruge represented the Reb 
golfers in the NCAA Tournament held at Fred Waring's 
Shawnee Inn. Rea, a junior, captured the Mississippi in- 
dividual title and placed six in the SEC competition. Fruge, 
the lone senior, led the Rebels' attack against the nation's 
best collegiate golfers by finishing among the top twenty in 
the NCAA. Several successful golf years in a row have made 
Ole Miss a force with which to contend on the course. 







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Reb Netmen Have Best Season Ever 



Thirteen matches and entry in three tournaments head- 
lined the 1967 tennis program at Ole Miss. Five of the 
matches were against Southeastern Conference teams and 
seven of the fourteen matches were staged on campus. The 
record was better than the Reb netmen have had in several 
years. The Rebels went 11-2 as victories came over North 
Park College, Washington U., Millsaps, Southwestern, and 
Mississippi College to highlight a very successful season. The 
team won the Southern Mississippi Invitational, finished 
second in the Mississippi Intercollegiate, and participated 
in the SEC Tournament in Gainesville, Fla. Coach John 
Cain's tournament players were Mike Baier, Bill Hester, 
Erskine Wells, Brad Hovious, Gary Cox, and Ed Ruffin. 




Mike Baier chops one back across. 



1967 REBEL TENNIS TEAM— Center, Coach John Cain. Stand- 
ing, Gary Cox, Ronnie Johnson, Brad Hovious, Ed Ruffin, Erskine 
Wells, Bill Hester, and Mike Baier. 




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Ole Miss Rebuilds Track Team 




The 1967 Ole Miss track season was one rebuilding for 
Coach "Doc" Knight. The Johnny Rebs, primarily a fresh- 
man reinforced outfit, had 21 entrants in 17 events in the 
triangular meet with Alabama and State in which 14 of 
them were first-year representatives. 

As in 1966, the rebuilding team of Coach Knight de- 
pended heavily on Brad Farber of Jackson. Headed by 
Farber's :47.2 time in the 440, the Rebs established a half- 
dozen new Ole Miss records including a 4:19.3 mile and 
9:39.4 two-mile by Kenny Blandford of Louisville, Ken- 
tucky. 

Although Farber received much acclaim last season, other 
standouts were Blandford-, Charlie Kelly, Jim Miller, Jim 
Ross, Tom Cooksey, Jim Urbanek, Larry Whitener, Bill 
Caldwell, Rick LaValley, and Robert Daniels. 



Tommy Hodge gets some practice laps on the track. 



iyb8 Ole Miss Track Team: Kneeling: Jimmy King, Paul Kosko, 
Roger Full, Jim Miller, Brad Farber, Jim Hadley, Glenn Gallaspy, 
and Charlie Kelly. Standing: Bill Erb, David Kershaw, Rick La- 
Valley, Russ Neely, Kenny Blandford, Dickie King, Ronnie Miller, 



Richard Casey, Tom Rectenwald, Harold Barker, Tommy Hodge, 
Jim McCloud, Al Lofton, Robert Daniels, Ben Osborn, Bill Cald- 
well, and Coach Wesley "Doc" Knight. 




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Varsity Cheerleaders: Kneeling: Beth Eichold, Connie 
Luckett, Zetta Bryant, and Carolyn Bruno. Standing: 
Tommy McCarley, James Upchurch, Don Baddour, and 
Joe Ross. 



Cheerleaders Boost Rebel Spirit 



Freshman Cheerleaders: Kneeling: Beverly Vaughan, Marilyn Blakeslee, 
Vicki Allen, and Walterine Permenter. Standing: Skip Graeber, Steve Cot- 
ton, and Don Wells. Not Pictured: Sam McCall. 



The group responsible for the direction of athletic event 
support is the Ole Miss cheerleaders. This group is com- 
posed of eight members elected by the student body to serve 
for one year. The boy with the most votes serves as head 
cheerleader, and this year Joe Ross had that position aided 
by Don Baddour, Tommy McCarley, James Upchurch, 
Zetta Bryant, Carolyn Bruno, Beth Eichold, and Connie 
Luckett. These eight people lead the Rebels to victory and 
aid the student body in their attempts to display enthusiasm. 
The freshman class elected at the beginning of the year 
eight freshmen cheerleaders to assist the varsity in their 
duties of leading cheers, passing out Rebel flags and sou- 
venir footballs. 



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Mac Haik Athletic teamwork and endeavor like this are the goal of the M Club. 

President 



Ole Miss "M" Club 



The M Club is a group of men who have earned a letter 
in an intercollegiate sport and have lived through the initia- 
tion. The purpose of the club is the promotion of interest 
and participation in sports. Through the fine example of the 
members of the M Club, a great deal of respect has been 
gained for the athletic participants at Ole Miss. Instead of 
being uncouth slobs and meats that predominate at many 
other athletically-minded schools, the well-bred Ole Miss 
athletes and M Club members are an integral part of Uni- 
versity and a point of which Rebels can be proud. 



First Row: Ronnie Aldy, George Allison, Wesley Arnold, Eric 
Ayres, Robert Bailey, Eddie Barnett, Kenny Blandford, Joe 
Blount, Bo Bovven. Second Row: Van Brown, Jerry Brawner, 
Allen Bush, Bill Caldwell, Glenn Cannon, Carrol Carpenter, 
Rodney, Chamblee, Terry Collier, Charles Coward. Third 
Row: Eddie Deuschle, Bruce Dillingham, Julian Fagan, Brad 
Farber, Hap Farber, Jim Farmer, Leon Frishman, Jimmy 
Gamblin, Robert Garrigues. Fourth Row: Jody Graves, Sam- 
my Graves, Jim Haddock, Mac Haik, Scotty Hasler, Billy 
Harthcock, Miller Hartzog. Buzz Haven, Bobby Hendrix. 
Fifth Row: Claude Herard, Bill Hester, Steve Hindman, Allen 
Hovious, Brad Hovious, Tommy James, Ronnie Johnson, Bill 
Jones, Charles Jordan. Sixth Row: Charles Kelly, Larry Kerr, 
David Kershaw, Jimmy Keyes, Dickie Lewis, Neil Lovelady, 
Mike Magee, Larry Martindale, Bill Mathews. Seventh Row: 
Eddie McClarty, Mac McClure, Eddie Miller, Jim Miller, 
Grafton Moore, Jim Moran, Buz Morrow, Russ Neely, Bruce 
Newell. Eighth Row: Tommy Nichols, Kenny Oakley, Jim 
Parkes, Quay Parks, Chuck Ray, Jerry Richardson, Mike Rob- 
bins, Ronnie Robinson, Warren Rogers. Ninth Row: Dan 
Sartin, Hank Shows, Dale Stevens, Chip Stewart, Don Street, 
Jim Sullivan, Mike Swetland, Eddie Taylor, Frank Trapp. 
Tenth Row: Don Turnell, Ken Turner, Jim Urbanek, Bobo 
Uzzle, Bob Vaughn, Bobby Wade, Jim Wallis, Reed Webb, 
Larry Whitener. 



M4 








M5 



Rebel All-Stars 





JIMMY KEYES 

Football, All-SEC Linebacker 



SCOTTY "Bull" HASLER 
Baseball, All-SEC Pitcher 



STEVE HINDMAN 
Football, All-SEC Tailback 



On any athletic team there are always standouts whose 
play excells above the caliber of the other members of the 
team. The University of Mississippi has had a long tradi- 
tion of athletes who have been of such a high quality that 
they have been recognized as the best in the conference or 
the nation. 1967-1968 has been no exception in producing 
a fine group of All-Stars. To the true fan of the Rebels it 
is a shame to recognize the few who have been most in- 
strumental in bringing national renown to the athletic teams 
of the University without also giving credit to the support- 
ing cast. 

Among the persons who have helped Ole Miss produce 
All-Americans are the coaches, of course. Backing them up 



has been a truly first class athletic department that co- 
ordinates finances, publicity, scheduling, ticket sales, equip- 
ment, and the thousands of details that are involved in 
fielding athletes in intercollegiate competition. The student 
body led by the cheerleaders also adds a tremendous amount 
of incentive to the other factors that make someone a very 
good or even great player. 

All-Stars are very special people at Ole Miss and their 
names will now be added to such past greats as Mike Den- 
nis, Jim Dunnaway, Glynn Griffin, Jake Gibbs, Charlie 
Connerly, Bruiser Kinard, and others who have stood out 
in the field of athletic competition. 



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JERRY RICHARDSON 

Football, All-SEC Defensive End 



JIM URBANEK 

Football, All-SEC, All American Tackle 



JIMMY YAWN 

Baseball, All-SEC, All American Second Base 




Many become stars in playing Rebel football. 



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The 1967 Rebel Band and Rebelettes. Rebelettes include: Jinny 
Alexander, Suzanne Coretti, Barbara Ledbetter, Sandra Stone, 
head majorette Dot McCoy, Janie Gitter, Beverly Brooks, Gayle 
Brackett. Second Row: Janice Brooks, Donna Chinn, Betty Jo 



Wampler, Pat Brooks, Gigi Franklin, Aurelia Urbanek, Melanie 
Willis, Barbara Kemp, Bonnie Burns, Debora Brown, Karen Clout- 
man, Janis Wooley, Nelda Jones, Carol Carver, Lynne Coates, and 
Sharon Sabilia. 



Ole Miss Marching Band and Rebelettes 



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If that guy tries to get my hat one more time — I'm going to hit 
him with my accordion. 



The 1967-68 Ole Miss Rebel Marching Band under the 
direction of James Ferguson were the leaders of the Rebel 
spirit during the football season by participating in most 
of the football games as halftime entertainment, numerous 
pep rallies, parades, and the annual Welcome Rebel Party. 
Led by the world famous Rebelettes, the Band boosted the 
fame of the Rebels and the whole University with fine half- 
time shows and never-dying spirit for the team. Audiences 
and band members themselves enjoyed the Rebelettes' 
many and varied interpretations of the music that the band 
produced while down on the field. The band hopes to im- 
prove itself in the years to come. 





You get a real good view of the majorettes from 
back here. 



They also serve who only stand and wait. 




Intramural Council: First Row: John Botto, Jack Smith, Stan 
Sullivan, Kennon Hood, Lanny Bedford. Second Row: Mac Moore, 
Chuck Quarterman, David Wilder, John Jones, Donald Waiter. 



Third Row: Doug Lindsay, J. Gay, Sam Neill, George Ferriss, Bill 
Doe, and Brad Hovious. 



Intramural Council Guides Greek Sports 



Intramural Council Officers: Stan Sullivan, Mac Moore, Kennon 
Hood, and Doug Lindsay. 




The Fraternity Intramural Council plans and directs all 
the intramural activities in which the social fraternities par- 
ticipate. The Council is made up of two members from each 
of the seventeen social fraternities on the campus. Among 
the duties of the Council are arranging of the various sched- 
ules for each of the individual sports, compiling and tabu- 
lating the results, determining the eligibility of the athletes 
for each different sport, and the interpretation of rules of 
all sports involved. The fraternity athletic season begins 
during the fall semester with six-man touch football which 
is probably the most hotly contested sport o fall. During 
the remainder of the school year the Greeks go out for 
basketball, bowling, volleyball, softball, tennis, table ten- 
nis, and golf. 



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Fred Beard snags a pass for good yardage. 



With fire in his eyes, Frank Stainback fires one over the backstop 
for the Phi Delts. 




The Snakes go to bat against the Phi Delts. 




Expert refereeing tells the SAE's not to worry about the call. 



*5 ] 



What're you gonna be — the hero or the goat? 




You'll never get a quick start from that position." 




The referee, right on top of the play, keeps things from getting out of hand. 







The fraternities are divided into two leagues for com- 
petition in team sports; then the champions of the individ- 
ual leagues have a playoff for the overall championship. 
Points are given for each victory in a major sport- — football, 
basketball, and softball — and for each over-all champion- 
ship. In the minor sports, points are given for each victory 
that is a championship one. At the end of the year the 
points are tabulated and the intramural trophy is awarded 
to the fraternity with the highest number of points. Last 
year's winner was Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 




KA's and SAE's meet in "Homecoming" game. 



Fraternities Play Hard To Win 



Sigma Chi's get pass on off under pressure. 




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W. E. WILROY 

President 



Billy H. Quin 
Vice-President 






Alumni Association 



Alums chow down before the game. 



The Ole Miss Alumni Association has grown a great deal 
from its obscure and small beginning as the Alumni Society 
on September 16, 1853. It has reached a position of promi- 
nence and effectiveness that is strongly felt throughout the 
state. Many of its top leaders in professional fields, gov- 
ernment, and respect are members of the Association. With 
a membership of 10,000, an expanding facility to care for 
the increasing needs at the Alumni House, and a full time 
staff to keep members up to date. The Alumni Association 
has become a vital part of the program of the University. 

Each fall during the football season the Alumni House 
becomes a center of activity as former students from all 
over the nation pour into Oxford to renew old friendships 
and cheer for the Rebels. New officers are installed each 
year at Homecoming. 




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Board of Directors 



District One 

James F. Ingram, Tupelo 1 

Dr. Jack Senter, Belmont 2 

N. S. Sweat, Jr., Corinth 3 

Frank A. Riley, Tupelo 3 

District Two 

W. D. Gardner, Greenville 1 

Robert M. Condon, Greenville 1 

Ira L. Morgan, Oxford 2 

W. H. Montjoy, Greenwood 2 

District Three 

S. D. Collins, Jackson 1 

William B. Harlan, Jackson 3 

Crawford Mims, Vicksburg 3 

Robert Y. Love, Jackson 3 

District Four 

Luther Pittman, Raleigh 1 

Dr. W. D. Gunn, Quitman 1 

Lee Myers, Meridian 2 

W. E. Mclntyre, Brandon 3 

District Five 

Paul L. Wright, Gulfport 1 

Louis Mapp, Hattiesburg 2 

Douglas Koger, Bay St. Louis 2 

W. E. Jones, Laurel 3 

State-at-Large 

Mrs. Guynell S. Toney, Centreville 1 

Edward J. Bogen, Greenville 1 

Charles Fair, Louisville 1 

Baxter O. Elliott, Jr., Oxford 1 

Leon C. Harbin, Grenada 1 

Mrs. Mildred Spikes, Jackson 1 

Dr. J. C. Waites, Laurel 1 

Dr. A. K. Martinolich, Bay St. Louis 1 

Lowry Dyre, Grenada 1 

Harold Monroe, Moss Point 2 

George Worthen, Tupelo 2 

Dr. Lewis Nobles, Oxford 2 

Curtiss McKee, Jackson 2 

Ernest Graves, Laurel 2 

Taylor McElroy, Jr., Jackson 2 

Billy Wood Kerr, Olive Branch 2 

John Armstrong, Hazlehurst 3 

E. B. Favre, Mississippi City 3 

Aston Holley, Oxford 3 

Joe Lauderdale, Hernando 3 

Tommy Turner, Jr., Belzoni 3 

Judge Claude Clayton, Tupelo 3 

Out-of-State 

Dr. A. A. Windham, Memphis, Tennessee 1 

Marion Bishop, Washington, D. C 1 



David Gross, New Orleans, Louisiana 1 

Louis G. Baines, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 2 

Dr. Hector Howard, Memphis, Tennessee 2 

Harold Crump, Nashville, Tennessee 2 

Harold F. Huggins, Memphis, Tennessee 3 

Emmett Marston, Memphis, Tenn 3 

Frank G. Potts, Birmingham, Alabama 3 

Ex-Officio Members — General 

Dr. Howard A. Nelson Greenwood 

R. D. Wilcox Laurel 

Jack W. Barksdale, Jr Jackson 

William H. Barbour Yazoo City 

James T. Singley Meridian 

Orma R. Smith, Sr Corinth 

Mitchell S. Salloum Gulfport 

R. Baxter Wilson Jackson 

Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale 

Carl McKellar Columbus 

S. Lyle Bates Jackson 

Sam P. Carter Quitman 

Frank E. Everett, Jr Vicksburg 

Thompson McClellan West Point 

Otho R. Smith Meridian 

George Payne Cossar Charleston 

Harvey Lee Morrison Okolona 

Taylor H. McElroy Oxford 

David Cottrell Gulfport 

James McClure Sardis 

Dr. I. C. Knox Vicksburg 

Ex-Officio Members — Medical 

Dr. T. E. Wilson Jackson 

Dr. W. E. Caldwell Baldwyn 

Dr. B. B. O'Mara Biloxi 

Dr. W. E. Lotterhos Jackson 

Dr. Howard A. Nelson Greenwood 

Ex-Officio Members — Law 

Chester H. Curtis Clarksdale 

William Winter Jackson 

Hugh N. Clayton New Albany 

Gaston Hewes Gulfport 

Ex-Officio Members — Nursing 

Miss Betty Preston Jackson 

Mrs. Lucy Thompson Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

Mrs. Yvonne P. Bertolet Vidalia, La. 

Mrs. Janella M. Evers Jackson 

Mrs. Ann C. Zimmerman Hazlehurst 

Ex-Officio Members — Engineering 

C. Edmonson Jones Jackson 

Ex-Officio Members — Pharmacy 
R. Clinton Johnson, Jr Leland 



William S. Griffin 
Alumni Director 



James N. Butler 
Alumni Secretary 



Mitchell Salloum 
Athletic Representative 



C. William Price 
Medical Alumni Secretary 





Academics 




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Governor 



The Honorable John Bell Williams, the Governor of the 
State of Mississippi, was born in Raymond, Mississippi. He 
attended Hines Junior College and took his law degree from 
the Jackson School of Law. After receiving his degree he 
practiced law in Hines County and was appointed County 
Attorney. 

After World War II he returned to Mississippi and ran 
for Congress. At the age of twenty-eight he became Mis- 
sissippi's youngest Congressman. For the next twenty-one 
years, John Bell Williams represented his state in Congress. 

In the year of 1967, he returned to Mississippi and ran 
for Governor, and in January of this year he took over the 
office of Governor of the State of Mississippi. Since his in- 
stallment he has done much for the state, especially in the 
field of education. 




Governor John Bell Williams 



Board of Trustees 



Front Row: Thomas N. Turner, Tally D. Riddell, S. R. Evans, 
Dr. E. R. Jobe, M. Paul Hayes, Ira L. Morgan. Second Row: J. N. 
Lipscomb, W. O. Stone, E. Ray Izard, Dr. Verner S. Holmes, 



Henry Hederman, Milton E. Brister, Dr. M. M. Roberts, Leon 
Lowry. 




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Dr. Fortune addresses the student body. 



Chancellor 



Dr. Porter Lee Fortune assumed the duties of Chancellor 
of the University of Mississippi in January, 1968. Dr. For- 
tune was educated at two of the outstanding universities of 
the south, earning his bachelor's degree with highest honors 
at the University of North Carolina, his master's degree, 
likewise with distinction, at Emory University, and his doc- 
torate in American History and political science at the 
University of North Carolina. 

Dr. Fortune held the positions of Academic Dean and 
Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Southern 
Mississippi. After leaving the University of Southern Mis- 
sissippi six years ago, Dr. Fortune assumed the position of 
Executive Secretary of the National Exchange Club in 
Toledo, Ohio. 

He has achieved membership in the following honorary 
fraternities: Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi 
Gamma Mu, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Tau Chi, Pi Kappa Del- 
ta, and Kappa Delta Pi. Dr. Fortune is listed in Who's Who 
in American Education and Who's Who in America. 




Chancellor Porter Lee Fortune 



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JOHN DAVIS WILLIAMS 
Chancellor, 1946-1968 



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A Tribute To John D. Williams 



In the last twenty-one years, almost every university in 
the country has experienced tremendous enrollment in- 
creases and wide-scale physical expansion. Under normal 
conditions, Ole Miss would have grown with the leadership 
of any competent chancellor. Why then, the intense devo- 
tion and acclaim for Dr. John D. Williams? 

The explanation is that conditions were not normal. For 
no university in modern times faced the crisis Ole Miss did 
in 1962 — a crisis which easily could have closed our doors 
or have sharply curtailed our growth. 

They were chaotic days. Ole Miss was the focal point of 
a major constitutional struggle complete with dramatic con- 
frontations between state and federal forces. The conflict 
ended with thousands of troops on the campus and a riot 
followed by unrelenting abuse from the national news 
media. 

A competent chancellor would not have been enough to 
save the University, but Ole Miss had much more than 
that — in J. D. Williams she had a great chancellor. 

To the unthinking, the decision to hold regular classes 
in buildings filled with the stench of tear gas may have 
seemed unwise. In retrospect, the decision was a stroke of 
genius. The crucial fact that the disturbances were not per- 
mitted to alter the scheduling of classes later served as the 
foundation for a defense of our accreditation when that 
was challenged. 

A merely competent chancellor might have dismissed 
classes until conditions returned to normal. A great chan- 
cellor, by his first act after that terribly day, saw to it that 
conditions did return to normal. 

The succeeding months and years were hectic. The 
academic image of the University had to be rebuilt, the 
momentum of expansion had to be restarted and perhaps, 
most important of all, the internal spirit of a great insti- 
tution with great traditions had to be restored. 

A merely competent chancellor could not have met the 
challenge. A great chancellor could and did. With cool 
head, great foresight and total dedication, John D. Wil- 
liams saved Ole Miss. 

Thus, the devotion and acclaim for Dr. Williams is well- 
deserved. Those who love Ole Miss will always be grateful 
that for twenty-one years we had a great chancellor with 
the needed courage and love for the University to lead her 
through her most desperate hours. 








Administration 



Dr. Franklin Edwin Moak 

Dean of the Division of Student Personnel 












Mr. Tom S. Hines, Director of Student Activities; Mr. Whitney D. Stuart, Assistant to the 
Dean of the Division of Student Personnel. 



Mr. George Martin Street 
Director of Development 



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Mr. Robert Sydney Shaw, Auditor; Mr. John Wilson Savage, Director of Accounting. 





Gen. Freeman Gober, Associate Registrar; Mr. Robert Ellis, Reg- 
istrar. 



Dr. Charles Edward Noyes 
Assistant Vice Chancellor 



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Academic Life 



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College of Liberal Arts 




Students enter the halls of learning. 



Founded in 1848, the College of Liberal Arts is the oldest 
and largest division of the University. The College awards 
degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor 
of Music, and Bachelor of Science. A varied and extensive 
curricula in the humanities, the natural sciences, and the 
social sciences has been spurred on by a systematic Devel- 
opment Program initiated in 1952. The program was orig- 
inally made possible by a grant from the General Education 
Board along with matching funds from the Board of Trus- 
tees. The Development Program has brought to the Uni- 
versity outstanding scholars and distinguished visiting 
professors and artist to enrich the experience of the Uni- 
versity student. The College also sponsors a Scholars Pro- 
gram to provide special instruction for superior students. 



DR. ARTHUR B. LEWIS 

Dean of the College of Liberal Arts 





The laboratory is the place of discovery. 



The use of the library is vital to all Liberal Arts students. 







Study is not all that may be accomplished in the library. 



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The law library ™>«inrw oppo r tun ity for research and study. 



School of Law 



X 



Established by an act of the Legislature in 1854. the Ole 
Miss Law- School is the fourth oldest state-supported school 
of law in the United States. It is housed in T-amar HalL 
named for L. Q. C. Lamar, the only NLssissippian to serve 
on the U. S. Supreme Court. The La S :rfen three 

years of instruction in government and the legal process 
leading to a Juris Doctor degree as w-11 as an expanding 
graduate program. Law students are responsible for the 
editing and most of the writing" in the Mississippi Lau 
Journal which is the official publication of die M i ssiss ipp i 
State Bar. The Law School is a source of leadership for 
Mississippi. An o\-erwhehning majority of Mississippi's 
executive officers, lee. -irises, and L". S. congressmen 

are graduates of the I a Law School as well as most 

ssippi attorneys. 




DR. JOSHUA MARK x I. Ill 







Engineering requites day to day study. 



DR. CARL BRENKERT 

Dean of the School of Engineering 




Instruction in engineering began at Ole Miss in 1854. 
The School of Engineering was formally established in 1900, 
making it the oldest engineering school in Mississippi. The 
Engineering School occupies Carrier Hall, given to the 
University by the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carrier. Other 
facilities are located in the Chemical Engineering Build- 
ing, Geology Building, Engineering Annex and the Seis- 
mological Observatory in the Holly Springs National Forest. 
Degrees are offered in five basic engineering fields: chemi- 
cal, civil, electrical, geological, and mechanical. An Engi- 
neering Experiment Station cooperates with industrial and 
engineering organizations in the investigation and solution 
of technical problems. The Mississippi Research and Com- 
puter Center is also part of the School of Engineering and 
is available to the state's agencies and to industry for prob- 
lems in the field of electronic data processing. 



School of Engineering 



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School of Medicine 



The School of Medicine was originally located on the 
Oxford campus. In 1955, the School was moved to Jackson 
in coordination with the construction of a teaching hospital 
at the University Medical Center. The east wing of the 
eight-story Medical Center houses the University Hospital. 
The north wing is the School of Medicine including classes, 
laboratories, the Rowland Medical Library, and a clinic for 
out-patients. A nine-story research wing was added in 1963 
and a diagnostic services unit was completed in 1964. The 
Staff of the University Hospital is appointed from the fac- 
ulty of the School of Medicine. The Ole Miss School of 
Medicine has achieved national reputation in research and 
medical advances particularly in the use of artificial re- 
placements for body organs. The University Hospital was 
one of the first in the country to make use of electrical 
anesthesia. 





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School of Education 




The library is of much help to the education student. 



The challenging need for qualified teachers, supervisors 
and administrators is the primary concern of the School of 
Educaiton. Professional courses at both under-graduate and 
graduate levels are aimed at closing the national and state 
educational gap. In addition to the regular curriculum, 
conferences, surveys and specialized research activities pro- 
vide an access to professional services to the schools of the 
state. Graduates from the teacher preparation programs of 
the School of Education meet all requirements for teaching 
certificates in Mississippi and are also qualified to teach 
in all accredited high schools in Mississippi as well as high 
schools and other secondary schools accredited by the 
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. A Bureau of 
Educational Research provides specialized services to Mis- 
sissippi schools in cooperation with the State Department 
of Education and local school boards. 




DR. SYLVESTER A. MOORHEAD 
Dean of the School of Education 



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DR. CHARLES WILLIAM HARTMAN 
Dean of the School of Pharmacy 



Established in 1908, the School of Pharmacy is the only 
pharmacy school in Mississippi. Ole Miss pharmacy stu- 
dents are trained to become community, hospital and in- 
dustrial pharmacists, analysist of pharmaceutical and food 
products and professional representatives for manufacturers 
of pharmaceutical, chemical, and medical products. A Re- 
search Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences makes com- 
prehensive studies of the state's pharmaceutical industry 
and conducts basic and applied research with a view 
toward developing natural products of Mississippi . for 
pharmaceutical use. A Bureau of Pharmaceutical Services 
accumulates and disseminates information pharmacists pro- 
fessional organizations, and public agencies. The Bureau 
maintains a Poison Control Center, offering information to 
professional personnel in the Health Sciences regarding 
composition, toxicology, and antidotes for commercial 
products involved in cases of poisoning. 




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School of Business 





A rapidly developing industrial economy and expanding 
government services in Mississippi have made it imperative 
to provide a large pool of personnel trained for adminis- 
trative careers in business and government. The close as- 
sociation of the problems of business and government has 
led to the incorporation of the courses in these two areas in 
the School of Business and Government. In addition to 
training students for administrative positions in the private 
and public sectors, the School provides research and other 
services to business and governmental units. A Bureau of 
Business and Economic Research analyzes Missisippi busi- 
ness conditions and conducts studies of specific reports and 
a bimonthly journal. A Bureau of Governmental Research 
provides practical and research assistance to municipalities 
and public agencies. 



DR. BEN B. McNEYV 

Actine Dean of the School of Business and Government 



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Dr. LEWIS NOBLES 

Dean of Graduate School 



Graduate level courses were first offered at Ole Miss in 
1870 and the Graduate School was formally organized in 
1927. The rapid expansion of the graduate program is re- 
flected in the spectacular increase in masters and doctorate 
degrees awarded by the University in recent years. Graduate 
School enrollment has been a primary cause of the increase 
in overall University student enrollment. Numbers, of 
course, is not the Graduate goal — it is the quality and re- 
search. To that end, the Committee on Faculty Research 
receives applications for faculty research assistance and 
attempts to obtain support for research from University 
funds and private and public agencies. Many faculty 
members, assisted by graduate students, are engaged in 
research for government agencies and private foundations. 
The graduate research program also has at its disposal the 
facilities and research staffs of the Oak Ridge National 
Laboratories. 




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PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 

• Sidney Jacob Abdalla, Jr., McComb; Law, 2. • Hassen Y. 
Aboulenein, Cairo, Egypt, U.A.R. ; Graduate, 1. • Katherine 
Anne Abraham, Vicksburg; Graduate, 1; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• David Edward Adams, Senatobia; Law, 2; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Gregory Neal Adams, University; Pharmacy, 5. 



Second Row: 

• Philip Ross Adams, University; Law, 3. • Margaret Mixon 
Addison, University; Graduate, 1. • Gregory Dean Adkins, 
University; Graduate, 2. • Clyde Tura Ahlquist, Salt Lake 
City, Utah; Graduate, 1. • Robert E. Ammon, Union; Grad- 
uate, 1. 



Third Row: 

• James H. Anderson, Senatobia; Graduate, 1. • Ernestine 
Holt Aune, Water Valley; Graduate, 2. • James E. Baine, 
Athens, Ga. ; Law, 3. • Wade Montgomery Baine, Oxford; 
Law, 2. • Myra Quay Barber, Oxford; Graduate, 2. 



Fourth Row: 

• Guntis Barenis, Greenville; Graduate, 2. • Alvin Francis 
Barr, Graduate, 2. • John William Barrett, Lexington; Law, 
2. • Alexander Alford Batton, Port Gibson; Graduate. • 
Charles Samuel Beardsley, Auburn, N.Y. ; Law, 1. 



Fifth Row: 

• Larry Belton, Greenville; Graduate, 1. • Sue Anne Berger, 
Amarillo, Texas; Graduate, 1. • Robert Berry, Jr., Winona; 
Graduate, 1. • Emily Sue Betz, McComb; Pharmacy, 5. 

• Harish Peshorilal Bhasin, Bombay, India; Graduate, 1. 



Sixth Row: 

• Valentine W. Bidden, Jr., Waldorf, Md. ; Law, 1. • Nell 
Ann Boland, New Albany; Graduate, 1. • William Patrick 
Boland, University; Law, 1. • Donald Warner Bond, Winona; 
Law, 2. • Carl Francis Booth, University; Graduate, 1. 



Seventh Row: 

• Katherine C. Booth, Jeffersonville, Ind. ; Graduate, 1. • Jesse 
Allen Bourland, Aberdeen; Graduate, 1. • Robert Charles 
Boyd, Hattiesburg; Pharmacy, 5. • Joe Alister Brady, Jr., 
Jackson; Law, 1. • Richard William Brock, University; Law, 
3 ; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Robert Norman Brooks, Carthage; Law, 2. • Wayne Mullar 
Brown, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Harriet Ann Buchanan, 
Kosciusko; Graduate, 1. • Janet Meyer Buford, Fayette; Grad- 
uate, 1. • William Thomas Burgess, University; Graduate, 2. 



Ninth Row: 

• Rosa Ruth Burns, Water Valley; Graduate, 1. • Richard 
Herman Campbell, Anderson, S.C.; Graduate, 1. • Donald 
Risher Carlisle, Mississippi City; Law, 2. • Peter Carson, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. ; Graduate, 1. • Dudley H. Carter, Columbus; 
Law, 2. 



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PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 

• Glenn Thomas Cartwright, Mayfield, Ky. ; Pharmacy, 5 • 
James Leroy Catt, Jr., University; Graduate, 1. • Alma Carole 
Chase, Jackson; Graduate, 1. • Natividad A. Chavez, Santa 
Fe, N.M., Graduate, 1. • William David Chinn, Sulphur, La.; 
Graduate, 2. 



Second Row: 

• Charles Luper Clark, University; Law, 2. • Bobby Albert 
Coates, Toccopola; Graduate, 2. • Carolyn Byrd Combs, Uni- 
versity; Graduate, 2. • Clyde Maurice Combs, Jr., University; 
Graduate, 2. • Lee K. Conner, Columbia; Law, 1; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 



Third Row: 

• Clay Dennis Cooley, Jackson; Law, 3. • Louie Bilbo Court- 
ney, Sumrall; Pharmacy, 5. • Buren Ray Crawford, Varda- 
man; Graduate, 1. • Carolyn J. Crawford, Jackson; Graduate, 
1. • Crispen L. Crawford, Jr., Greenville; Pharmacy, 5. 



Fourth Row: 

• Ferdinand P. Cribbs, Jr., Sumner; Law, 1. • Henry Lee 
Crouch, Courtland; Graduate, 1. • Leonard O. Cummings, 
Jr., Pheba; Pharmacy, 5. • Thomas Lapell Cupit, Columbia; 
Pharmacy, 5. • Bhagwan Das Dashairya, Jhansi U.P., India; 
Graduate, 1. 



Fifth Row: 

• Sam V. Dauzat, University; Graduate, 2. • David Loxley 
Davidson, Inverness, Fla. ; Graduate, 1. • Howard Q. Davis, 
Jr., Indianola; Law, 3. • Robert Earl Davis, University; 
Graduate, 2. • Thomas Winter Dawson, Meridian; Law, 2. 



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• Jimmy Glen Dedeau, Gulfport; Law, 1; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
Donald Arthur Deline, Gautier; Law, 3. • Sherry Mills Don- 
ald, Moorhead; Graduate, 1. • William Duncan Donald, Jr., 
Moorhead ; Pharmacy, 5 ; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • James E. 
Donovan, Clinton; Pharmacy, 5. 



Second Row: 

• George Lee Dorrill, Carthage ; Law, 2. • Maria Joyce Dor- 
rill, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Susan Elizabeth Dove, Jackson; 
Graduate, 1. • Michael W. Dowhan, Jr., Williamstown, Mass.; 
Graduate, 1. • Richard Minta Dunn, Jackson; Graduate, 2. 



Third Row: 

• William Jeff East, Meridian; Law, 3. • Laddie Lane Eaves, 
University; Graduate, 1. • Frederick E. Edmondson, Varda- 
man; Pharmacy, 5. • Ina Jacquelyn R. Edwards, Bruce; 
Graduate, 2. • Ralph F. Embry, Jr., Eupora; Pharmacy, 5. 



Fourth Row: 

• William Denver Eshee, Jr., Meridian; Law, 1. • Donnie 
Herbert Evans, Vaiden; Law, 3. • Rodney Duane Everhart, 
Canton, Ohio; Graduate, 2. • Alfred Lee Felder, Summit; 
Law, 2. • Juarbe Marcos Feliciano, Isabela, Puerto Rica; 
Law, 1 . 



Fifth Row: 

• William F. Ferguson, University; Graduate, 2. • Christopher 
Joseph Foret, Metairie, La.; Graduate, 2. • Margaret L. For- 
rester, Mount Airy, Ga.; Graduate, 1. • Marilyn Pauline Fos- 
ter, Oxford; Pharmacy, 5. • Wilson Jerome Foster, Jr., Biloxi; 
Law, 2. 



Sixth Row: 

• Don Luis Fruge, Meridian ; Law, 1 ; Sigma Chi. • Mary Ann 
Fruge, Meridian; Graduate, 1. • Nancy Fay Fuller, Oxford; 
Graduate, 1. • Dewey D. Garner, Oxford; Graduate, 2. • 
James Edwin Gelhaar, Mount Prospect, III.; Graduate, 1. 



Seventh Row: 

• Charles John Girard, Vineland, N.J.; Law, 3. • Emily Carol 
Gordon, Clinton; Graduate, 1. • Ida Hervey Graham, Jack- 
son; Graduate, 1. • Arthur Lee Graves, Jackson; Graduate, 
1. • Obie Lee Graves, Jackson; Graduate, 1. 



Eighth Row: 

• Willie Travick Green, Macclenny, Fla. ; Law, 3. • Stephen 
Murdock Greenhaw, Wheeler; Pharmacy, 5; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• William Scott Greenwell, Jackson; Graduate, 2. • Richard 
Bradley Griffin, Decatur, Ga. ; Graduate, 2. • Susan Thomas 
Griffith, Vicksburg; Graduate, 1. 



Ninth Row: 

• Clinton Julian Grubbs, Tylertown; Graduate, 1. • Vasilios 
T. Grymanis, Athens, Greece; Graduate, 2. • Paul Lawrence 
Halat, Biloxi; Law, 1. • Harold Fred Halstead, Mobile, Ala.; 
Graduate, 1. • Robert W. Hamill, Meridian; Law, 3. 



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First Row: 

• Marie Goodwin Harden, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Edwin 
Chester Hardin, Moss Point; Law, 1. • Hayward W. Hargrove, 
Minden, La.; Graduate, 2. • Daisy Vivian Harnes, Forest; 
Graduate, 1. • Ben Irvin Harper, Cleveland; Graduate, 1. 



Second Row: 

• Bryan Brand Harper, Jr., Meridian; Law, 1. • Sarah Bailey 
Hathaway, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Frank Thompson Hearne, 
Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Law, 3. • Betty Ann Heliums, Oxford; 
Graduate, 1. • Winifred Ruth Heliums, Oxford; Pharmacy, 5. 



Third Row: 

• Ralph W. Hemphill, Jackson; Graduate, 2. • Patricia H. 
Sneed, Gulfport; Graduate, 1. • David Russell Hepburn, Jr., 
Memphis, Tenn. ; Graduate, 2. • Wanda Gatlin Hicks, Uni- 
versity; Graduate, 2. • Jon Hurd Hill, University; Law, 1. 



Fourth Row: 

• Walter Theodore Hitchcock, Fernandina Beach, Fla. ; Grad- 
uate, 1. • Ray Wilson Hodges, Jr., Ripley; Graduate, 1. • 
Thomas Charles Hogan, Meridian; Law, 2. • Garland Ken- 
neth Holloway, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Graduate, 2. • James 
Edward Hopkins, Century, Fla.; Law, 1. 



Fifth Row: 

• Oliver Houston Hopkins, Jr., Oxford; Graduate. • Rose- 
mary Hillman Hopkins, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Martin Evan 
Horn, Peoria, 111.; Law, 2. • Thomas Owen Horn, Carthage; 
Pharmacy, 5. • David Winston Houston, III, Aberdeen; Law, 
2 ; Sigma Chi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Ernest E. Howard, III, University; Law, 3. • Jason B. Hsu, 
University; Graduate, 1. • Ming Ching Hsu, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 
China; Graduate, 2. • Kenneth Ta Chin Hu, Taiwan, China; 
Graduate, 1. • Gloria Frances Hybl, Ft. Atkinson, Iowa; 
Graduate, 1. 



Seventh Row: 

• Cecil Joseph Jaquith, Jr., University; Law, 2. • Karamat 
Ali Javaid, University; Graduate, 2. • Connie Sue Johnson, 
Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Hermel Johnson, Jackson; Law, 1. • 
Russell Clark Johnson, Brookhaven; Law, 3. 



Eighth Row: 

• Andrew Melvin Jones, Columbus; Graduate, 2. • James 
Lee Jones, Corinth; Graduate, 1. • Laura Croft Jordan, Meri- 
dian; Graduate, 1. • Ronald Joy, University; Graduate, 1. 

• Carl Justice, Delnarton, W. Va. ; Graduate, 1. 



Ninth Row: 

• John Newman Kamman, Gibbstown, N.J.; Graduate, 1; 
Sigma Pi. • Jenny Wei Leang Kao, Taipei, Taiwan, China; 
Graduate, 1. • Julian Andre Katz, Hattiesburg; Law, 3. • 
Michael James Kayes, Olean, N.Y. ; Graduate, 1. • James 
Harold Key, Batesville ; Law, 1. 










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PROFESSIONALS 



First Row: 

• Martin A. Kilpatrick, Hollandale; Law, 3. • Mose Edward 
Kincaid, Marks; Law, 2. • Robert Lee King, Ashland; Grad- 
uate, 2. • Shui Sun Kong, Kowloon Hong Kong; Graduate 
2. • Neng Kou, Taiwan, China; Graduate, 1. 



Second Row: 

• John Stuart Lassetter, Clinton; Graduate, 1. • Brenda Rush 
Lee, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Charles Ling Lee; Graduate, 1. 
•Thomas Drayton Lee, Forest; Law, 3. • Yan Way Lee 
Pingtun Taiwan, China; Graduate, 1. 



Third Row: 

• Marshall Scottie Legan, Louisville; Graduate, 2. • Ronald 
J. Lemoine, Marksville, La.; Graduate, 1. • John Edmund 
Leone, Gulfport; Graduate, 1. • Horace Baxter Lester, Jr., 
Jackson; Law, 1; Sigma Chi. • Manuel Marcus Levin, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. ; Law, 2. 



Fourth Row: 

• George Randolph Lewis, Gulfport; Law, 3. • Yao Wu Liao, 
Taipei, Taiwan; Graduate, 1. • Jer Nan Terry Lin, Taipei' 
Taiwan, China; Graduate, 1. • Chen Kun Liu, Taipei, China; 
Graduate, 1. • Jerome Lee Lohrmann, Brookhaven ; Law, 3. 



Fifth Row: 

• Bonita Sue Lyons, New Albany; Graduate, 1. • James Leo 
McArthur, Jackson; Graduate, 1. • Judith K. McGreger, Al- 
goma; Graduate, 1. • Richard Wayne McKenzie, Hattiesb'urg ; 
Law, 1. • Gary Whitmore McKinstry, Charlemont, Mass. ; 
Graduate, 1. 



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First Row: 

• Carol Work McLaurin, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • George Hite 
McLean, Greenwood; Law, 3. • William Ervin McLellan, 
Greenville; Law, 3. • Eugene McLemore, Walls; Law, 1. • 
George Haas McNinch, University; Graduate, 1. 



Second Row: 

• Donald R. McPherson, Oxford; Graduate, 2. • Stewart 
Barwick McRaney, Oxford; Graduate, 2. • T. Van Magers, 
Raymond; Law, 2. • N. R. Malhotra, Jullundur, India; Grad- 
uate, 1. • Michael James Malouf, Jackson; Law, 1 ; Phi Kappa 
Psi. 



Third Row: 



• Francis Louis Martin, Mississippi City; Graduate, 1. • George 
Gilmore Martin, Vicksburg; Law, 2. • Hari Pamandas Masand, 
Bombay 74 (AS) India; Graduate, 1. • Jerry Gordon Mason, 
West Point; Law, 2. • Don Edward Massengale, Harrison, 
Ark.; Graduate, 1. 



Fourth Row: 

• James William Massey, Bunkie, La.; Graduate, 2. • Floyd 
M. Melton, Jr., Greenwood; Graduate, 1. • Jimmie Dee Mil- 
lard, University; Graduate, 1. • William Richard Millard, 
University; Graduate, 1. • Kermit Carol Miller, New Albany; 
Graduate, 2. 



Fifth Row: 

• Elvin Wayne Mills, Laurel ; Pharmacy, 5. • Andrew J. 
Mirabole, Tampa, Fla. ; Law, 3. • Donald Lewis Moak, Uni- 
versity; Graduate, 2. • Abdul Quddus Mohammad, DST 
Cachar Assam I.; Graduate, 2. • Mike Ellis Monsour, Vicks- 
burg; Graduate, 1. 



Sixth Row: 

• Holt Montgomery, Laurel; Law, 1. • Clara Jean Moody, 
University ; Graduate, 1. • Dwight L. Moody, Pascagoula; 
Graduate, 1. • Ross Elwin Moreton, Oxford; Graduate, 2. • 
Thomas Hanley Morris, Laurel ; Pharmacy, 5. 



Seventh Row: 

• Carmen Laracuente Nahir, Ponce, Puerto Rico; Graduate, 
1. • George R. Neblett, Shelby; Law, 3. • Robert Lee Neeley, 
Salt Lake City, Utah; Law, 1. • Robert Edward Nelson, Uni- 
versity; Graduate, 1. • Winnie Sue Nelson, University; Grad- 
uate 1. 



Eighth Row: 

• Charles P. Newell, Jr., Starkville; Law, 3. • Patricia T. 
Newell, University; Graduate, 2. • John Samuel Odonnell, III, 
Shreveport, La.; Graduate, 1. • Clifton E. Osborn, Tisho- 
mingo; Graduate, 1. • Richard Neil Ousley, Greenwood; 
Graduate, 1 ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Ninth Row: 

• Chandrakant A. Oza, Bhadnagar, India; Graduate, 1. • 
Tommy Noel Palko, Dallas, Texas; Graduate, 1. • William 
Judson Palmer, Pascagoula; Law, 3; Sigma Pi. • Warren P. 
Palzer, Douglaston, N.Y. ; Law, 3. • Richard Wayne Parker, 
Jackson; Law, 3. 




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First Row: 

• Dhirubhai K. Patel ; Graduate, 1. • Burt L. Patterson, Jack- 
son; Pharmacy, 5. • Jerry Lee Patton, Nokomis, 111.; Law, 3. 

• James Alton Peden, Jr., Jackson; Law, 1. • John David 
Pennebaker, New Albany; Law, 3. 



Second Row: 

• William Allen Pepper, Belzoni; Law, 3. Michael Rudd Phil- 
lips, Mississippi City; Pharmacy 5; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Nazarey B. Prabhakara, Mohalla Mysore, Ind.; Graduate, 
1. • Elizabeth Ann Prichard, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Gary 
Wayne Prosper, Graduate, 1. 



Third Row: 

• Mildred Golden Pryor, Senatobia; Graduate, 2. • Joyce 
Anne Ramay, Annandale, Va. ; Graduate, 1. • James Curtis 
Randle, Pontotoc; Graduate, 1; Delta Psi. • David Foster 
Rankin, Junction City, Ark.; Graduate, 2. • Allen Bradley 
Reeves, Nashville, Tenn. ; Graduate, 1. 



Fourth Row: 

• William Benjamin Regan, Magnolia; Law, 3. • Francis 
Remacle, Dinant, Belgium; Graduate 1; Phi Kappa Theta. 

• Thomas Edwin Rester, Ackerman; Pharmacy, 5. • Nancy 
Anita Richardson, Burlison, Tenn.; Graduate, 1. • James 
Crockett Rochester, Byhalia; Graduate, 1. 



Fifth Row: 

• Herbert Graham Rogers, III, New Albany; Graduate, 1. • 
Allan Semmes Ross, Jr., Jackson; Law, 1. • Alix Henry Sanders, 
Greenwood; Law, 2. • Dudley D. Sandifer, III, Crystal 
Springs; Pharmacy, 5. • John Gorman Schaffer, Jr., Vicksburg; 
Graduate, 1. 



Sixth Row: 

• Luke James Schissel, University; Law, 1. • James Edward 
Schoenfelder, Cresson, Pa.; Graduate, 2. • Harold Walter 
Schultze, Biloxi; Graduate, 1. • Frankie Beatrice Scott, Vicks- 
burg; Graduate, 1. • Jaskaran Singh Sekhon, Panjab, India; 
Graduate, 1. 



Seventh Row: 

• David Eugene Shands, Tupelo; Law, 1. • Timothy Dale 
Shaw, Memphis, Tenn.; Graduate, 1. • Albert Jerry Sheldon, 
Owensboro, Ky. ; Law, 1. • Billie Rae Shivers, Clinton; Grad- 
uate, 2. • Paul Sisk, Amory; Law, 1. 



Eighth Row: 

• Charles Gary Sisson, Mayfield, Ky. ; Pharmacy, 5. • Con- 
stance Iona Slaughter, Forest; Law, 1. • Ben Alan Smith, 
Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Billy Lee Smith, Crowville, La.; Grad- 
uate, 1. • Jerry Robert Smith, Columbus, Ga. ; Graduate, 1. 



Ninth Row: 

• Leon Jackson Smith, Jr.; University; Graduate, 1. • William 
P. Smith, III, Tupelo; Graduate, 1. • Edwin Arnold Snyder, 
Eupora; Law, 3. • Seth Berry Stalcup, Jr., Phil Campbell, 
Ala.; Graduate 1. • Carl Donald Stark, Searcy, Ark.; Grad- 
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First Row: 

• Charles R. Stauber, Sheboygan, Wis.; Graduate, 1. • Michael 
Henry Stauder, Glendale, Mo. ; Law, 2. • James S. Steen, Abi- 
lene, Texas; Graduate, 2. • Stephen Mark Stephens, Bountiful, 
Utah; Law, 2. • Darrell R. Stephenson, S. Portsmouth, Ky. ; 
Graduate, 1. 



Second Row: 

• Harry Truman Stokes, Rolling Fork; Pharmacy, 5. • James 
Lewis Stone, University; Graduate, 2. • Lawrence Dello 
Strong, University; Graduate, 1. • Lelia Bell Tanksley, Col- 
linsville; Graduate, 1. • Brenda Estelle Taylor, Cold water; 
Graduate, 1. 



Third Row: 

• Marion Peek Taylor, Raymond; Graduate, 2. • Robert Hart 
Taylor, Webb; Law, 2. • Ronald Louis Taylor, Memphis, 
Tenn. ; Law, 1. • Albert Alexander Teel, Homer, La.; Grad- 
uate, 1. • Anthony Lavon Thaxton, University; Law, 2. 



Fourth Row: 

• Timothy Louis Thomas, Maquoketa, Iowa; Graduate, 1. • 
Joe Lawrence Thompson, Laurel ; Pharmacy, 5. • Vincie 
Darryl Thornton, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Quentin Thomas 
Till, Coral Gables, Fla. ; Law, 2. • Sammy Jay Tinsley, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Graduate, 2. 



Fifth Row: 

• Lucille Wall Travis, Blue Mountain; Graduate, 1. • Cheryl 
Eileen Truelove, Murrayville, Ga.; Graduate. • Kun San Tsai, 
Tainan, Taiwan; Graduate, 2. • Norman Earl Tullis, Oxford; 
Graduate, 2. • Robert Waldo Turner, Laurel; Graduate, 1. 



Sixth Row: 

• Cayce Gerald Vance, University; Pharmacy, 5. • J. B. Van- 
slyke, Jr., Hattiesburg; Law, 3. • G. Venkataramu, Mysore 
Dist. India; Graduate, 1. • Prabhaker N. Vibhandik, Bombay 
Maharastra; Graduate, 1. • Kam Leug Wai, University; Grad- 
uate, 1. 



Seventh Row: 

• Charles H. Walker, Jackson; Law, 1. • Robert Major Walker, 
Vicksburg; Graduate, 2. • Jane Magruder Walman, McComb; 
Graduate, 1. • Thomas Halton Walman, McComb; Law, 2. 

• John McFadden Walters, Clinton; Law, 1. 



Eighth Row: 

• Rodger Downing Wasson, Oxford; Law, 3. • Bruce Paul 
Watson, Mississippi City; Graduate, 1. • Edna Sue Watson, 
Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Gene Walter Weber, University; 
Graduate, 2. • Paul Burl Welch, Laurel; Pharmacy, 5. 



Ninth Row: 

• Steve Carroll Wells, Wesson; Graduate, 1. • William Walter 
White, University; Graduate, 1. • Jack Brown Wilkins, Gre- 
nada; Graduate, 1. • Janie Sue Willard, New Albany; Educa- 
tion. • George Oga Williams, Carthage; Graduate, 2. 




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First Row: 

• Merrill Moore Willis, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Mary Lamar 
Wilson, Oxford; Graduate, 1. • Robert Danley Wilson, Uni- 
versity; Graduate, 2. • Nancy Fenstermacher Woody, Vicks- 
burg; Graduate, 1. • Cherng Yao, Ping Tung Taiwan; 
Graduate, 1. 



Second Row: 

• Joseph W. Yates, III, Shelby; Graduate, 1. • Eddie Tin-Tai 
Yau, First Fl Hong Kong; Graduate, 1. • Albert Duke Yee, 
Leland; Pharmacy, 5. • Donnie Frank Young, Amory; Grad- 
uate, 2. • John Richard Young, Corinth; Law, 3. 



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• Robert J. Youngblood, Memphis, Tenn. ; Graduate, 1. 






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First Row: 

• Roxie Pittman Abel, Duck Hill; Education. • Gladys Karcmi 
Abraham, Leland ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Holmes 
S. Adams, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Kath- 
ryn Peyton Adams, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • 
Robert Charles Aldinger, York, Pa.; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Second Row: 

• Kenneth Edward Aldridge, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Mal- 
colm Lee Aldridge, Pope; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • 
Barbara J. Alexander, El Dorado, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Fred Vincent Alias, Clarksdale; Business; 
Kappa Sigma. • Donna Faye Allen, Kosciusko; Business. 



Third Row: 

• Ghill Fosta Allen, Cleveland; Business. • Glynda Ruth Al- 
len, Madison; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Frank Joseph 
Alvarez, III, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Barbara Knight Anderson, Oxford; Education. • Demaris 
Leigh Anderson, Montrose, Ala. ; Business. 



Fourth Row: 

• Marlin Curtis Anderson, Oxford; Education. • Martha 
Marie Anderson, Lumberton; Education; Phi Mu. • Thomas 
H. Anderson, Jr., Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Wayne Bryant An- 
derson, Liberty; Engineering. • Paul Harry Aron, Monroe, 
La.; Business. 



Fifth Row: 

• Peggy Sue Arrington, Water Valley; Education. • Patricia 
Maureen Ashworth, New Albany; Education. • William Ed- 
ward Atkinson, Pickens; Liberal Arts. • Frank S. Austin, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Eric K. 
Ayer, Chrisney, Ind. ; Liberal Arts. 



Sixth Row: 

• Juanita S. Babb, Oxford; Business. • Joseph Lewis Baier, 
University; Business. • Gloria Fran Bailey, Grenada; Educa- 
tion. • Judy Carolyn Bailey, Dundee; Business. • Margaret 
Louise Bailey, Calhoun City; Education. 



Seventh Row: 

• Margie Sayle Bailey, Oakland ; Education. • Verna Ann 
Bailey, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Sandra Kay Baker, Pontotoc; 
Education. • Helen Ann Ball, Jackson; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Margaret Eliz Barbee, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Bennie Lee Barefield, Madison; Liberal Arts. • Darroth 
Leonard Barham, Louisville; Pharmacy. • Nelson L. Barks- 
dale, Jr., Arlington, Va. ; Liberal Arts. • Terrell Wayne 
Barlow, Biloxi; Business; Delta Psi. • Nancy Foose Barrett, 
Tchula; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Peter Hickman Barrett, Gulfport; Business; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • Fred Long Beard, Jr., Columbus; Business; Sigma 
Chi. • Harry Bartton Beatty, Jr., Falls Church, Va. ; Business. 

• Phyllis Janice Beckwith, Carrollton; Education; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Raymond Edward Belk, Batesville ; Business. 



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First Row: 

• James Kenneth Bell, New Albany; Education. • Kay Ruth 
Bellande, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Susan E. Ben- 
nett, Bowling Green, Ky. ; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Emmett Alliston Berry, Forest; Pharmacy. • Richard W. Berry, 
Richmond, Va. ; Education. 



Second Row: 

• Sheela Bhagat, University ; Business. • Beverly Jean Biddy, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Barbara Ann Billings, 
Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Betty 
C. Birdwell, Nashville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• James D. Blackburn, Decatur; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Third Row: 

• William Anthony Bland, Maben; Liberal Arts. • Clifton Tay- 
leure Blankley, Birmingham, Ala.; Business; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. • Harry R. Board, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. 

• Sharon Lynn Boone, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • John W. Bounds, Oxford; Education. 



Fourth Row: 

• Edna A. Bourgeois, Waveland ; Education. • Katherine Ann 
Bourland, Amory; Business. • Joe Ray Bourn, Jackson; 
Pharmacy. • Byron Buxton Bower, Florence, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • David A. Box, Houlka; Engineering. 



Fifth Row: 

• Brenda Ann Boyce, Brandon; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• William Brinley Boyles, Batesville; Education. • Stephen Cale 
Bradford, Hayti, Mo. ; Business. • Paul Michael Brady, St. 
Petersburg, Fla. ; Business; Delta Tau Delta. • Anna C. Bran- 
ham, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• Louis E. Braun, University; Business. • Charles A. Breath, 
III, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Gary Eu- 
gene Breedlove, Asheboro, N.C. ; Liberal Arts. • Aubry Wil- 
liam Bright, Courtland ; Business. • Mendum Dees Briscoe, Bi- 
loxi ; Business; Sigma Nu. 



Seventh Row: 

• Charles L. Brooks, Jackson; Business. • William E. Broom, 
Vienna, 111.; Education. • Kenneth B. Brown, Perkinston ; En- 
gineering. • Marion Lowell Brown, Crenshaw; Pharmacy. 

• Suzan Brown, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 



Eighth Row: 

• Rex H. Brunt, Louisville; Business; Delta Tau Delta. • John 
Robeson Bryan, San Francisco, Calif. ; Liberal Arts. • Thomas 
Tucker Buchanan, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Wanda 
Faye Bullard, Counce, Tenn. ; Education. • Frances Sandra 
Burdison, Tunica; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• George Allan Burdock, Des Moines, Iowa; Liberal Arts. 

• Francis G. Burnett, Meridian; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Bonnie B. Burns, Caruthersville, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Donald R. Burrell, Picayune; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • George G. Byers, Oxford; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Psi. 



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First Row: 

• William Dean Byrd, University; Business. • Rita Proby Ca- 
baniss, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Katherine 
Sterling Cain, Canton; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Caro- 
lyn D. Caldwell, Daleville; Liberal Arts. • Grover R. Caloway, 
McGehee, Ark. ; Business. 



Second Row: 

• Barbara Ann Camp, Mantachie ; Liberal Arts. • Charles 
Russell Campbell, Pensacola, Fla. ; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. 

• James McDonald Campbell, Stuttgart, Ark.; Business. • V. 
Carolyn Campbell, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• Johnnie Fae Canup, Tremont; Business. 



Third Row: 

• Nancy Ruth Canup, Mantachie; Business. • John Edward 
Carey, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. • Michael R. Carithers, 
Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Betty Carlisle, Jack- 
son; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Edwin B. Carpenter, Jr., 
Cleveland; Business; Kappa Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

• Beverly Lou Carr, Oxford ; Education. • James E. Carr, 
Greenville; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Nancy Jeanne Car- 
ruth, Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Robert Ru- 
dolph Carruth, McComb; Engineering. • Robbie Crain Carter, 
Myrtle ; Business. 



Fifth Row: 

• Carol Ann Carver, Senatobia; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• William Michael Chaffin, Oxford; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Carolyn Webber Chandler, Crystal Springs; Education; Kap- 
pa Delta. • Alfred Wightman Chase, Balboa Heights Canal; 
Liberal Arts. • Thomas W. Cheairs, III, Grenada; Business. 



Sixth Row: 

• James B. Cheatham, Coral Gables, Fla. ; Business. • Robert 
W. Chesnut, Gadsden, Ala. ; Liberal Arts. • Bobby W. Chil- 
dress, Houston; Engineering. • James Lawrence Childs, Jr., 
Batesville; Business. • Patricia D. Chinn, Marks; Liberal Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Sammy Ming Chow, Clarksdale; Pharmacy. • Deane Chrest- 
man, West Helena, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Shu 
Hong Chu, Naha, Okinawa; Engineering. • Jane Kay Clark, 
Corinth; Business. • Susan Clayton, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Eighth Row: 

• William F. Clement, Jr., Jackson; Education; Phi Delta 
Theta. • James Edgar Clemmer, Ripley; Liberal Arts. • David 
Louis Cobb, Stuttgart, Ark. ; Business. • Robert Earl Coker, 
Water Valley; Business. • Karen T. Taggart Cole, Batesville; 
Business. 



Ninth Row: 

• Marsha K. Cole, Candor, N.C.; Liberal Arts. • James Patrick 
Coll, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Homer D. 
Collins, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Lillye Jane Collins, Apalachi- 
cola, Fla.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Joan EsteTTa Colvin, 
Greenwccd; Education; Kappa Delta. 




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First Row: 

• Gail Hanley Condon, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. 

• Larry Joe Copeland, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Charles B. 
Coward, Canton; Business; Sigma Chi. • Bobby Joe Cox, Wa- 
ter Valley; Education. • Bonnie Bright Cox, Water Valley; 
Education. 



Second Row: 

• Donald Robert Cox, Tupelo; Business; Sigma Nu. • Roger 
D. Cox, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Ann Elizabeth Craft, Jack- 
son; Business. • Janelle Cranford, Columbia, Tenn.; Educa- 
tion; Alpha Delta Pi. • Robert Crelot, North Tonawanda, 
N.Y. ; Business. 



Third Row: 

• Anne Murdock Crisler, Flora; Education; Phi Mu. • Michael 
Avery Crouch, Pocahontas, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Virginia Irlyn 
Cruthirds, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Lehman J. Cuevas, Gulf- 
port; Business. • Letitia Rotenberry Cupit, Mendenhall ; Lib- 
eral Arts. 



Fourth Row: 

• James Tyson Currie, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Dale Galbraith 
Dalton, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Cheri Brewer 
Darden, Oxford; Education. • Frances Louise Darden, Her- 
nando; Education. • Robert Wilbanks Darden, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts. 



Fifth Row: 

• David Stephen Darnell, Tchula; Business; Sigma Chi. • 
Leigh Lorraine Davidson, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Elsie J. Davis, Water Valley; Education. • Philip Lee 
Davis, Jr., Nashville, Tenn. ; Business. • William H. Davis, 
Corinth ; Business ; Sigma Chi. 



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First Row: 

• William Sidney Davis, University; Pharmacy. • Winfred J. 
Davis, Jr., Oxford; Business. • William Howard Dawson, Oko- 
lona; Education; Kappa Sigma. • Francis A. Dcbay, Columbia; 
Business; Sigma Chi. • Suzanne B. Dedeaux, Waco, Texas; 
Education. 



Second Row: 

• Strawford H. Dees, III, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• George Timothy Denley, Coffeeville ; Liberal Arts. • Har- 
riette Lee Denley, Charleston; Business. • James Hamilton 
Denley, Coffeeville; Liberal Arts. • James H. Deterly, Natchez; 
Business. 



Third Row: 

• Mary May Dexter, Selmer, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Ronald Dickey, Texas City, Texas; Liberal Arts. 

• John Alfred Donald, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Jerry Lynn 
Dover, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Sigma Pi. • Thomas A. 
Drake, Jr., Iuka; Engineering. 



Fourth Row: 

• Marilyn Louise Dubose, Gulfport ; Business. • Howard L. 
Duck, Jr., Humboldt, Tenn.; Education. • Ann E. Duffee, 
Grenada; Business. • James O. Dukes, Quitman; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Nu. • Roy Eugene Duncan, Pontotoc; Pharmacy. 



Fifth Row: 

• Christopher A. Dunn, Montclair, N.J.; Business; Phi Kappa 
Theta. • Edgar M. Dunn, Jr., New Orleans, La.; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Mary Annette Durant, Hattiesburg; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Mary Louise Durrett, Sardis; Educa- 
tion. • Theresa Anne Eavenson, Marks; Business; Phi Mu. 



Sixth Row: 

• Elizabeth Ann Eichold, Mobile, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Sarabeth W. Ellis, Lexington; Education; Chi 
Omega. • Donald C. Elmore, University; Engineering. • Rob- 
ert R. Embrey, III, Hernando; Engineering. • Janice Phillips 
Embry, Eupora; Education. 



Seventh Row: 

• Marion Joseph Emmons, Corinth ; Liberal Arts. • Lois Ward 
Estes, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Caro- 
lyn Sue Eubanks, Little Rock, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Allie Naida 
Everett, Newton; Education. • Marilyn M. Ewing, Aberdeen; 
Education. 



Eighth Row: 

• Karen D. Fancher, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education. • Elizabeth 
Ann Farrar, Macon; Education. • Nelson Stewart Fenimore, 
Clearwater Beach, Fla. ; Business. • Hilda Marie Ferguson, 
Randolph; Education. • James Marlton Ferguson, Coldwater; 
Education. 



Ninth Row: 

• David Dudley Field, University; Liberal Arts. • James Sam- 
uel Fisackerly, Jr., Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. 

• Dorothy Anne Fisher, Greenville, S.C. ; Liberal Arts. • Re- 
becca Ann Floyd, Sardis; Liberal Arts. • Henry Edward Fly, 
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Firsf Row: 

• Roane Devereux Forman, Natchez; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Telena Kaye Foster, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Dona Watson Foulk, Key West, Fla. ; Educa- 
tion. • Fleeta E. Fox, Pattison; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Jeanette Laughton France, Robinsonville ; Education. 



Second Row: 

• Shirley Ann Fratesi, Leland ; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

• Brenda Margaret Frazier, Jackson; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Gerald Bennett Frazier, University; Engineering. • Robert 
Henry Fuller, Laurel; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Har- 
old L. Galloway, Oxford; Liberal Arts. 



Third Row: 

• James B. Galloway, Gulfport ; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 

• Charlotte Anita Gardner, Tupelo; Education. • Edith A. 
Gatewood, Mt. Sterling, Ky. ; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Nancy L. Gatlin, Myrtle; Liberal Arts. • Joe Thomas Gay, 
Falkner; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Fourth Row: 

• Barbara May Gentry, Booneville; Education. • Linda K. Gib- 
son, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • Randel Clyde Gib- 
son, Melber, Ky. ; Pharmacy. • Newton Gregg Gill, Clinton; 
Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Gail Gillespie, Jackson; Edu- 
cation; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Linda Louise Glenn, Omaha, Nebr. ; Education. • Donald 
Freeman Gober, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Linda Jeanne Goett- 
man, Laural ; Liberal Arts. • Alan Barry Goldstein, Providence, 
R.I. ; Liberal Arts. • Robert Tiffany Gordon, Jr., Florence; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Sixth Row: 

• William R. Gottshall, Jr., Hobbs, N.M. ; Business; Sigma Nu. 

• Geri Clark Graeber, Marks; Business; Chi Omega. • Laurie 
Louise Graham, Bolton; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• John A. Grant, Jr., Poplarville; Liberal Arts. • David Black- 
well Gray, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Sigma. 



Seventh Row: 

• Robert David Gray, Perry, Fla. ; Engineering. • Frederick 
Harrison Green, University; Liberal Arts: Phi Kappa Tau. 

• Thomas Arnold Greene, Paden; Business. • Edward Joseph 
Griffin, Chicago, 111.; Business. • Susan Olivia Griffin, Bald- 
win ; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• F. Anita Grimes, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Dale Owen Gunkel, University; Pharmacy. • Wil- 
liam Lester Guy, Jackson, Tenn.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• James W. Haddock, Philadelphia; Business; Sigma Nu. 

• Terry Michael Haimes, Sturgis; Business. 



Ninth Row: 

• William Cortez Haley, Como; Business. • William Morris 
Halfacre, Webb; Education. • Donald Street Hall, Vicksburg; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Linda Sue Hall, Nettle- 
ton; Education. • Marcia Anne Hamm, 5875 Poplar Pike; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



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First Row: 

• Harold P. Hammett, Jr., Lexington; Business. • Elinor Lynn 
Haney, Greenville; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Martha 
Clyde Haney, Oxford ; Education ; Chi Omega. • James Larry 
Hannon, Raymond; Liberal Arts. • Theron Dewey Harden, 
Jr., Oxford; Education. 



Second Row: 

• George Edward Hargraves, Helena, Ark. ; Engineering ; Al- 
pha Tau Omega. • Deborah Lea Harkey, Poplarville ; Educa- 
tion. • Judith K. Harper, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Carolyn Ann Harris, Amory ; Education; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Craig Millar Harris, Jackson ; Liberal Arts ; Phi 
Kappa Psi. 



Third Row: 

• Michael G. Harrison, Heidelberg; Engineering. • Nancy 
Lynn Harrison, Memphis, Tenn. ; Business. • James Douglas 
Hart, Picayune; Liberal Arts. • Martha E. Hartin, University; 
Liberal Arts. • Mary Jane Harvey, Greenwood ; Liberal Arts ; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Fourth Row: 

• Randy Lee Harvey, Forest; Business. • William F. Hayes, 
Whitefish Bay, Wise; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert M. 
Hearin, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Hap Heder- 
man, Jr., Jackson; Business. • William Lee Helms, University; 
Engineering. 



Fifth Row: 

• Merrilyn Edith Henry, Corpus Christie, Texas; Education. 

• David Alan Herkner, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Business. • Mel- 
ody B. Herring, Meadville; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Robert 
A. Herring, III, University; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Charles R. Herron, III, Meridian; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• Willa O. Herron, Batesville; Education. • William T. Hewitt, 
Summit; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • Terry Allen Hicks, 
University; Business. • Harold Ex Hill, Greenwood; Liberal 
Arts. • Varner Reid Hines, Yazoo City; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

• Douglas John Hodges, Boca Raton, Fla. ; Business. • Nancy 
Eva Hogarth, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Mar- 
garet K. Holden, University; Liberal Arts. • George R. Hol- 
land, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • Christopher Allen Holley, 
Olive Branch ; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Virginia Sue Holley, Pontotoc; Education. • David Earl 
Hood, Meridian; Pharmacy. • Kennon Dale Hood, Amory; 
Education; Sigma Chi. • Ben McCallie Hooke, Utica; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Keith Henry Hopkins, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Oliver A. Hord, Jr., Hattiesburg; Business. • Cynthia June 
Horn, Lucedale; Liberal Arts. • Patricia A. Home, Jackson; 
Education; Phi Mu. • Jerry Smith Horton, Batesville; Educa- 
tion. • Patricia Jan Horton, Batesville; Education. 




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First Row: 

• Thomas Ford Houston, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • Georgi- 
anne Howell, Aberdeen; Education. • Kan Hsiung Huang, 
Tow Fun, Taiwan; Engineering. • Frank W. Hudson, Magee ; 
Business. • Kenneth Wesley Hudson, Myrtle; Education. 



Second Row: 

• Cleveland P. Huggins, III, Pascagoula; Business; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Byron William Hughes, Merigold; Liberal Arts. 

• Nichols Maurice Humber, Tupelo; Education. • Kim Doug- 
las Hunsaker, Canal Zone; Liberal Arts. • Robert A. Hunt, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Third Row: 

• Lee A. Hyde, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. • Sandra Kaye Idom, Jackson; Education; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Catherine Davis Ingram, Memphis, Tenn., Educa- 
tion; Delta Delta Delta. • Douglas Wayne Ingram, Jackson; 
Education. • Newell Edward Inman, Marks; Liberal Arts. 



Fourth Row: 

• George Henry Jabour, Vicksburg; Business. • Richard D. 
Jacobs, III, University: Liberal Arts. • Edward T. James, Jr., 
Natchez; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Eugene R. Jennings, Pen- 
sacola, Fla. ; Business ; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Lewis Marshall 
Jennings, Henning, Tenn. ; Education. 



Fifth Row: 

• Linda K. Jetton, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Cheryl Dawn Johnson, Valley Park; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lon Chamberlain Johnson, Canton; 
Pharmacy. • Michael Eugene Johnson, Tunica; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William P. Johnson, Meridian; Busi- 
ness. 



Sixth Row: 

• Daudet Brent Johnston, Covington, Tenn.; Education; Chi 
Omega. • Willis H. Jolly, Jr., Columbus; Liberal Arts. • Carol 
Gay Jones, Jackson; Business; Delta Gamma. • Colbert W. 
Jones, Macon; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth Ann Jones, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Joyce O'Neil Jones, Jackson; Business. • Lauranne Jones, 
Kennett, Mo.; Education; Delta Gamma. • Linda Kaye Jones, 
Mobile, Ala.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Thad M. Jones, Jr., 
Vicksburg; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Frank J. Justice, 
Vicksburg; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Charles N. Kalcounos, Silver Spring, Md.; Liberal Arts. 

• Priscilla Jean Keck, Benton; Liberal Arts. • Jerry Pepper 
Keenan, Jackson ; Business. • Mary D. Kelley, Covington, 
Tenn. ; Education. • James Winling Kelly, New Orleans, La. ; 
Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Clyde Douglas Kelso, III, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Herman O. Kemp, Oxford; Engineer- 
ing; Alpha Tau Omega. • Robena Louise Kendrick, Water 
Valley; Business; Delta Gamma. • Martin Edward Kennedy, 
Silver City; Engineering. • Glenn Larry Kerr, Jackson; Educa- 
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First Row: 

• Katherine Allison Kerr, Gulfport; Education; Chi Omega. 

• Michael D. Kershaw, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Jimmy E. Keyes, Laurel; Education; Kappa 
Sigma. • Kay Michelle Khayat, Moss Point; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • Jean Robertson Kilpatrick, Memphis, Tenn. ; Educa- 
tion. 



Second Row: 

• Donnie Wade King, Poplarville ; Liberal Arts. • Laura Judith 
Kirkpatrick, Amory; Education. • Donald Gilbert Kitchens, 
Corinth; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • William Floyd Klep- 
zig, Abbeville; Liberal Arts. • Delphine Noble Kneedler, 
Natchez; Education. 



Third Row: 

• James Thomas Knight, University ; Business. • Sandra Ver- 
meil Knight, Greenwood; Business; Delta Gamma. • Mary 
Katherine Krebs, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts. • Carl Edwin 
Kuester, Park Forest, 111.; Education; Sigma Pi. • Wayne 
Frederick Kurtz, Etters, Pa. ; Liberal Arts. 



Fourth Row: 

• Patricia E. Laberge, Laurel; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Van Lemuel Lackey, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

• Jack Brooks Lacy, Jr., University; Liberal Arts. • Lois B. 
Lafollette, Jackson; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William 
Mark Lamberth, Corinth ; Pharmacy. 



Fifth Row: 

• Shelia Dale Landreth, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • Alicia Mc- 
Bee Landrum, Jackson; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Ruth Diane Lane, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Allen Dean Lantz, 
University; Engineering. • Margaret Ellen Lape, Owensboro, 
Ky. ; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 




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• Daniel J. Lasky, Tonawanda, N.Y. ; Business. • Linda C. 
Lassetter, Hazlehurst; Business; Phi Mu. • John F. Laurenzi, 
Clarksdale; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • William L. Lavallee, 
Columbia, Ala.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • Richard 
J. Lavalley, Millburn, N.J. ; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Second Row: 

• Michael Scott Lawyer, Jackson; Business; Sigma Nu. • Rob- 
ert Charles Lea, Amarillo, Texas ; Liberal Arts ; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Barbara Lane Ledbetter, Jackson; Education; Kap- 
pa Kappa Gamma. • Evelyn Patricia Lee, Corinth; Educa- 
tion. • Mary Virginia Lee, Jackson; Education. 



Third Row: 

• Robert S. Lee, Myrtle; Education. • Sandra Elizabeth Lee, 
Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Barbara Elaine Leggett, 
Oxford; Engineering. • Carol Kay Lemons, Tupelo; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. • Mary Mack Leonard, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. 



Fourth Row: 

• Robert F. Lester, University ; Liberal Arts ; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Alice Deann Lewis, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • John Russell Lewis, Amory ; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • John Perry Lilly, Grenada; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Nu. • George Alden Limbocker, Jr., St. Peters- 
burg, Fla.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa. 



Fifth Row: 

• Henry Douglass Lindsay, III, Newport News, Va. ; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Phi. • Henderson C. Lindsey, Gulfport; Liberal 
Arts. • James Lee Lindsey, Jr., Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Nu. • Claude Polk Locke, Byhalia; Liberal Arts. • Mary Kate 
Lockhart, Dyersburg, Tenn. ; Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Joe Keldon Loden, Dorsey; Education. • Angela Lord, Anda- 
lusia, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Paul C. C. Lou, Clarks- 
dale; Pharmacy. • Marcus Love, III, Jackson; Business; Beta 
Theta Pi. • Clyde Bahnson Lovelace, Jr., Clearwater Beach, 
Fla. ; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• Cornelius F. Lovelady, University; Education. • Beverly 
Willese Lowrey, Booneville ; Business. • Robert Sanders Lowery, 
Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Karen Luebke, Aberdeen; 
Education. • David M. Lurie, University; Business. 



Eighth Row: 

• Richard David McAlister, Tupelo; Engineering; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Michael Jordan McAlpin, Booneville; Business. 

• Sara John McBroom, Sardis ; Liberal Arts. • John Robert 
McCarty, Magee ; Business; Sigma Nu. 



Ninth Row: 

• Mary Virginia McCarty, Tupelo; Education. • Rosalyn An- 
nette McCarver, Ecru ; Business. • Mary Margaret McClure, 
Corinth; Education. • William Floyd McCormack, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. • Roger Dodson McDaniel, Forest; Education. 



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First Row: 

• James Eckford McFarlane, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Psi. • Floyd McGehee, Batesville; Business. • William Clay 
McGehee, Cleveland; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Nancy 
Holland McHaney, Henderson, Tenn. : Liberal Arts. • Rolf 
Wesley McHenry, Oxford; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Second Row: 

• Nathan Whitehead McKie, Pickens; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Edward C. McKinney, Jr., Pfafftown, N.C.; Busi- 
ness. • Everett Astor McKnight, Jr., Birmingham, Ala.; Edu- 
cation. • Janet Elise McLaurin, Greenwood; Education; Phi 
Mu. • Robert L. McLean, Jr., St. Petersburg, Fla. ; Education. 



Third Row: 

• Rayburn Wayne McLeod, Lucedale ; Education. • Taylor 
Jeff McLeod, Sardis ; Business. • Michael Lee McMahan, 
Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Kai J. McMillan, Oxford; Educa- 
tion; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John Richard Macy, Laurel; Busi- 
ness; Kappa Sigma. 



Fourth Row: 

• Dwight Uriel Maddox, Laurel; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• David James Manifold, University; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Mary Blanche Mann, Brownsville, Tenn. ; Educa- 
tion ; Chi Omega. • Roy Davis Manning, Jr., Jackson; Engi- 
neering; Sigma Nu. • Ethie Willette Mansell, Camden; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. 



Fifth Row: 

• Frank P. Marascalco, Grenada ; Liberal Arts. • Jerry La- 
fayette Marlar, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Maurice Bryan Martin, University; Education. • Johnanne 
Martiniere, Biloxi ; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Kenneth 
J. Mascari, Miami, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. 



Sixth Row: 

• Melissa Massengill, Brookhaven; Business; Chi Omega. • 
Kathryn Ann Mathis, Wheeler; Education. • Janice A. Maul- 
din, Pontotoc ; Liberal Arts ; Pi Beta Phi. • Celia Banks Maxey, 
Brandon; Education; Delta Gamma. • Carolyn C. Maxwell, 
Drew; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Seventh Row: 

• John Edward May, III, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha • E. Samuel Melsheimer, Vicksburg; Business. • Robert 
E. Metzger, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • Samuel Baker Miller, 
Jacksonville, Fla. ; Engineering. • Martha Anne Milstead, Oko- 
lona ; Business. 



Eighth Row: 

• Pidatala Krishna Mohan, Bombay, India; Engineering. 

• Frank Reily Molpus, Louisville, Ky. ; Business; Kappa Al- 
pha. • Larry K. Montgomery, Pontotoc ; Engineering. • Bar- 
bara Jo Moore, Belmont; Business. • Carol Ann Moore, Jack- 
son ; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Carol Sue Moore, Ormand Beach, Fla.; Liberal Arts. • Har- 
riet Campbell Moore, Booneville ; Education. • James Grafton 
Moore, Jr., West Memphis, Ark.; Education; Phi Delta Theta. 

• John B Moore, Jr., Belmont; Education. • Marinell Moore, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 




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• Nancy Ophelia Moore, McComb; Education; Chi Omega. 

• Russell Lee Moore, Jr., Dyersburg, Tenn.; Business. • Cyn- 
thia G. Morrison, Dunwoody, Ga. ; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Sherry E. Mosley, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• Mary Katherine Moss, Grenada; Pharmacy. 



Second Row: 

• Sue Ann Mott, Water Valley; Business. • Kenneth M. Mur- 
phree, Tunica; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Allen Lee Murphy, 
Eupora; Pharmacy. • Mary C. Murphy, Shreveport, La.; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Charles V. Nealy, Jr., 
Nicholson; Liberal Arts. 



Third Row: 

• Irwin H. Nelson, Pass Christian, Miss. ; Engineering. • Nel- 
son Frank Nemec, Chardon, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • Ronald 
Bruce Newell, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Thomas T. Nichols, Dexter, Mo. ; Business. • Judith Elaine 
Nickel, Clearwater, Fla. ; Business. 



Fourth Row: 

• Richard G. Noble, Fayette; Business; Kappa Alpha. • David 
Randolph Norman, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. • Roger A. 
Norman, Jr., New Albany; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Robert Lee Norris, Tampa, Fla. ; Education ; Phi Kappa 
Theta. • George W. Null, Meridian ; Business. 



Fifth Row: 

• Carole Virginia Oates, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • James Les- 
lie Oliphant, Water Valley; Education. • Gregory Duncan Oli- 
ver, Lake Worth, Fla. : Business. • Sadie Lindsay Oliver, Baton 
Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



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First Row: 

• Ellen O'Neal, Jackson; Education; Delta Gamma. • Ger- 
maine Suzanne Orander, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

• Charles Lewis Overby, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • John W. 
Owen, Tunica; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Virginia Ann 
Palmer, Holly Grove, Ark.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Second Row: 

• Josephine S. Pang, Marks; Education. • Louis Wiley Parch- 
man, Clarksdale; Business. • Paul M. Parish, Port Gibson; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Cynthia Kaye Parker, Batesville; Liberal Arts. 

• Jane Elizabeth Parker, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. 



Third Row: 

• Martin G. Paschall, Puryear, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Alpha. • John Pash, Youngstown, Ohio; Liberal Arts. • Jef- 
ferson Wardlaw Paslay, Alameda, Calif.; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • Patricia Ann Paul, York, Pa. ; Liberal Arts, Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • John H. Paulsen, Chicago, 111.; Business; Phi 
Kappa Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

• William Luther Peacock, St. Petersburg, Fla. ; Business. • 
Lonnie Wilson Pearson, Jackson ; Engineering. • Mary Grace 
Peck, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Mary Frances Perkins, Green- 
wood ; Business. • Carolyn Brandt Perry, Oxford ; Education. 



Fifth Row: 

• Charles D. Perry, Oxford; Education. • Sylvia J. Phifer, 
Iuka; Education. • Frances A. Phillips, Prairie Point; Liberal 
Arts. • Jimmy Lee Pierce, Marks; Business. • Marcia G. Pierce, 
Moss Point; Business. 



Sixth Row: 

• Armstrong Hart Pillow, Greenwood ; Education ; Chi Omega. 

• Paul G. Pincura, Loraine, Ohio; Business. • Michael Spen- 
cer Pitner, Myrtle ; Education. • Florian Herbert Ploch, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • William Hall Po- 
land, Guthrie, Ky. ; Liberal Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Jeannie Ruth Pollan, Crenshaw; Education. • William R. 
Pool, Meridian; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Kelly Wayne 
Porter, Myrtle; Education. • Frederick Anthony Pou, New Or- 
leans, La. ; Liberal Arts. • Saundra Ellen Pounds, Booneville ; 
Business ; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Amanda B. Povall, Lexington; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Harris F. Powers, Jr., Greenwood; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • John Ray Powers, Baton Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Alpha. • Ann Stennett Prather, Booneville; Education. 

• Judson Durden Price, Jr., Oxford; Business. 



Ninth Row: 

• Roane Burhl Privett, Sherman ; Education. • Merry Eliza- 
beth Purvis, Oxford ; Business. • Thomas George Quaka, Jack- 
son : Business; Kappa Sigma. • Wayne Brown Rammell, Hamp- 
ton, Va. ; Engineering. • Pauline Ramsey, Water Valley; Edu- 
cation. 






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F/rit Row: 

• William Allan Ramsey, Jr., Lexington; Business. • Richard 
Vance Randall, Meridian; Business. • John Calvin Ray, Water 
Valley; Business. • David Carroll Ready, Greenville; Liberal 
Arts. • Seth David Reagan, Tylertown ; Business. 



Second Row: 

• Susan Ann Reed, Jackson; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Gilbert L. Rhoades, Jr., Corinth; Engineering. • John Albert 
Rice, Columbus; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Tally D. Rid- 
dell, Jr., Quitman; Business; Sigma Nu. • Jane Allen Riggs, 
Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Third Row: 

• Sarah Sue Ritchey, Clarksdale ; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Helen Camille Robbins, Dyersburg, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. • Susan McBroom Roberson, Batesville; Liberal 
Arts. • Ronnie A. Robinson, Laurel ; Business. • Anderson 
Barkley Rogers, New Albany; Education. 



Fourth Row: 

• Herman A. Rogers, Somerville, Tenn. ; Engineering. • Nancy 
Lee Rogers, Michigan City; Education. • Charles Wendell 
Rooks, Halls, Tenn. ; Engineering. • William A. Roper, Jr., 
Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Barbara Susan Ross, Meridian; Edu- 
cation; Delta Delta Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Dennis Alan Roussel, Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Business; Phi Kappa 
Theta. • Edward L. Ruffin, Jr., Houston, Texas; Liberal Arts. 

• Don Lowery Rushing, University; Liberal Arts. • Roderick 
S. Russ, III; Jackson; Business. • Effie Jane Russell, Pontotoc; 
Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Sixth Row: 

• Robert E. Russell, Carthage; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Ronald L. Samuels, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Nu. 

• Elba Jane Hogue Sanders, Scott; Education; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • John Edgar Sanders, Kosciusko; Pharmacy. • Mary Fred 
Schloemer, Natchez; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• Joseph J. Schmelzer, III, Jackson; Business; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. • Bonnie J. Schoenknecht, Joliet, 111.; Education; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Charlotte R. Schultze, Ripley, Tenn.; Educa- 
tion. • John P. Scruggs, Greenwood; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Elizabeth Barrow Senter, Memphis, Tenn. ; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta. 



Fighth Row: 

• Jaime R. Sequeira, University; Business. • Charlie Serio, 
Greenwood ; Liberal Arts. • Robert B. Seymour, Biloxi ; Liberal 
Arts. • Susan Mann Sharpe, Brownsville, Tenn.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Katherine L. Shaw, Homer, La.; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Michael Melvin Shaw, Ashland, Ky. ; Business. • Betty Ann 
Sheffield, Calhoun City; Education. • Bonnie Jean Shelton, 
Tchula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Susan Shoe- 
maker, Meridian; Education. • Ann Ellen Shook, Charleston; 
Education; Delta Gamma. 












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First Roiv: 

• John H. Shows, Ovett; Liberal Arts. • Wayne King Shurt- 
leff, Greenwood; Business. • Leslie Howard Siltman, Bates- 
ville; Business. • W. Albert Simmons, Jackson; Business; Sigma 
Nu. • Richard James Simoneaux, Birmingham, Ala. ; Liberal 
Arts. 



Second Row: 

• Patricia Lynne Simonetti, Marion, Ark.; Education; Phi Mu. 

• Jan Woods Singleton, Collins; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • William H. Sipes, Jr., Jackson, Tenn. ; Business; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • John Stewart Slack, III, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts. • Barbara Lee Sloas, New Madrid, Mo.; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu. 



Third Row: 

• Amy Jo Smith, McLain ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Ed- 
win Rodney Smith, University; Liberal Arts. • Frances Holmes 
Smith, Batesville; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • James 
Clarke Smith, Oxford; Business. • Linda Ann Smith, West 
Memphis, Ark.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Margaret E. Smith, Meadville ; Liberal Arts. • Mary Bonita 
Smith, McComb; Education. • Peggy Joyce Smith, Maben ; 
Liberal Arts. • Winnifred Smith, Meadville; Liberal Arts. 

• Charles Thomas Smyth, Louisville; Business; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. 



Fifth Row: 

• Nancy Collier Smythe, Greenville; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Brenda C. Snare, Greenwood; Education; Phi Mu. • Mi- 
chael John Sokas, Chicago, 111. ; Liberal Arts. • Katie Dee 
Speakes, Benoit; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Arlin Cur- 
tis Spence, Abbeville; Business. 



Sixth Row: 

• Clara Eola Spencer, Fulton; Business. • David E. Spickle- 
mire, Belle Vista, Fla. ; Education. • Richard Lee Spinner, Co- 
lumbus; Liberal Arts. • Eva Nell Spinosa, Tutwiler; Educa- 
tion. • Edwin Dean Stacy, Booneville; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• Shellye Edris Stanley, Shubuta ; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Rich- 
ard G. Starmann, Evergreen Park, 111. ; Business. • Charles W. 
Steadman, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Howard William Stead- 
man, Jr., Inman, S.C.; Education. • Martin B. Steinriede, 
III, Belzoni; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 



Eighth Row: 

• Garry Lee Stepp, Thaxton ; Education. • Fonda Lee Stewart, 
Oxford; Education. • Mariette E. Stewart, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Sarah Elizabeth Stobaugh, Tupelo; 
Education. • Martha Tate Stokely, Drew; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Theresa Nell Stovall, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Michael Alan 
Strojny, Hyattsville, Md. ; Business; Delta Psi. • Martha Tip 
Stuart, Morton; Education; Delta Gamma. • William S. Sul- 
livan, Vi-ksburg; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. • Patricia 
Annette Sumners, Iuka; Liberal Arts. 




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• Jorja Lee Swaney, Holly Springs; Education. • Noel Eugene 
Tabor, University; Business. • Peggy Ann Talbot, Dublin; Ed- 
ucation; Chi Omega. • Carolyn Ann Aston Talley, Pontotoc; 
Education. • Huey Glenn Talley, Pontotoc; Education. 



Second Row: 

• Elizabeth Jones Tamke, Senatobia; Liberal Arts. • John 
Hargrove Tatum, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• George Robert Taylor, Ocean Springs; Pharmacy. • Lynn 
Alsup Taylor, Clarksdale; Education; Chi Omega. • Martha 
Francis Taylor, Courtland ; Education. 



Third Row: 

• Patricia Mixon Temple, Drew; Liberal Arts. • Marilyn Sue 
Terrell, Prentiss; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Dixie Lynn 
Thomas, Brandon ; Education ; Phi Mu. • Margaret Ann Thom- 
as, Jackson; Business. • Sallie S. Thomas, Senatobia; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Delta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Catherine D. Thompson, Aberdeen; Education; Phi Mu. 

• Norma Caruthers Thompson, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education; 
Chi Omega. • William Gardner Todd, III, Coldwater; Busi- 
ness. • David Delano Tootle, Gulfport; Business; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • William Lester Towles, Batesville; Business. 



Fifth Row: 

• Joe Byron Townsend, Jr., Thibodaux, La. ; Business. • Ewing 
Berkley Traughber, Elkton, Ky. ; Engineering. • Vivian Ann 
Tripp, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • Ann Trout, Roanoke, Va. ; 
Liberal Arts ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Julia Stone Truman, 
Horn Lake; Business; Delta Delta Delta. 



Sixth Row: 

• Edmund A. Tubbs, Dania, Fla. ; Business. • Alfred Thomas 
Tucker, Tunica ; Liberal Arts ; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jesse B. 
Tutor, Jr., Meridian; Business; Sigma Chi. • Jerry G. Tyer, 
New Albany ; Business. • Donna Daunn Underwood, Colum- 
bus, Ga. ; Education. 



Seventh Row: 

• Carol Sanders Vail, Booneville; Education; Chi Omega. 

• Clifton Carnell Valentine, Lamar; Engineering. • Lewis N. 
Vance, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Ralph B. 
Vance, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • John C. Vande- 
vender, Jackson ; Business ; Kappa Alpha. 



Eighth Row: 

• Eddie Bolton Vandiver, Tupelo; Business; Sigma Nu. • Ste- 
phen Wiley Vaught, Coahoma; Business; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Valorie Vest, Greenville; Education; Delta Gamma. • Ever- 
ett Gunther Vickery, Como; Business. • Michael Cooper Vin- 
son, Jackson ; Pharmacy. 



Ninth Row: 

• Homer Voyadjakis, Athens 114, Greece; Engineering. • V. 
Ann Wade, Newton; Education. • Lan Fong Wai, University; 
Liberal Arts. • Russell G. Waldrop, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • An- 
ton George Walker; Gretna, La.; Liberal Arts. 



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SENIORS 



First Row: 

• Irvin C. Walker, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Fred C. Wal- 
lace, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Michael D. Ward, Jackson; Business. • Billie Joyce Ware, 
Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • Mary Jo Warren, Natchez ; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Gamma. 



Second Row: 

• Gregory Walter Warrick, Oceanport, N.J. ; Business. • James 
Edwin Watkins, Jackson; Business; Sigma Chi. • Ernest Wat- 
son, III, Moss Point; Business. • Pamela Case Watson, Prince- 
ton, Ind.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Diane Weaver, 
Utica; Education. 



Third Row: 

• James W. Webb, Oxford ; Liberal Arts : Alpha Tau Omega. 

• John R. Webb, Meridian; Business; Sigma Nu. • Marilie 
Weber, University; Education. • Peggy Jean Weed, Winona; 
Education. • David G. Weir, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. 



Fourth Row: 

• Trammell Pillow Wells, Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon. • Edward Holland West, Oxford; Engineering. • Judith 
Lynne West, Waynesboro; Pharmacy; Chi Omega. • Michael 
Shannon West, Pensacola, Fla. ; Business; Delta Psi. • Leslie 
M. Westbrook, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. 



Fifth Row: 

• Barbara Walther Wheeler, Houston, Texas; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Coy Tyson Whitaker, Jr., Saltillo; 
Engineering. • Robert L. Whitaker, University; Liberal Arts. 

• Allen Boyd White. Marks; Business. • Gary C. Whitener, 
Fredericktown, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 




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First Row: 

• Larry J. Whitener, Fredericktown, Mo.; Business; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Clarence H. Whiteside, Durant ; Engineering. • Bettye 
B. Whitten, Nesbit; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Randell 
Lester Wilkes, Bossier City, La. ; Liberal Arts. • Barbara Eliz 
Williams, Picayune; Pharmacy. 



Second Row: 

• Helen Powell Williams, Benoit; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Jon Smith Williams, Batesville; Business; Kappa Sigma. • L. 
Wemyss Williams, Greenville; Education. • Margaret Diane 
Williams, Pascagoula; Business; Kappa Delta. • Sandra Wil- 
liams, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Evelyn R. Williford, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• Franklin Delano Willis, Tillatoba ; Business. • James R. Wil- 
lis, Jr., Bruce; Liberal Arts. • Kenneth C. Willis, Bruce; Busi- 
ness. • Fred Gillaspy Wilson, Greenwood ; Business. 



Fourth Row: 

• James Richard Wilson, University; Engineering. • Nikki 
Gene Womack, Corpus Christi, Texas; Liberal Arts. • Sandra 
Lee Wood, Cleveland; Education. • Barbara Joan Woodbury, 
Pensacola, Fla.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Emily 
Rowley Woodside, Greenwood; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Roy Houston Woody, III, Vicksburg; Business. • Kathryn 
E. Yandell, Canton; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Robert J. Young, 
Meridian; Business. • Emile A. Zoghby, Mobile, Ala.; Busi- 
ness; Phi Kappa Psi. • Thomas W. Zver, Melrose Park, 111.; 
Education. 



JUNIORS 

First Row: 

• Gerald Moses Abdalla, McComb ; Business; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Robert M. Abraham, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • Cathlecn Susann Adams, Meridian; 
Education; Chi Omega. • Hunter Kellis Adams, Shu- 
qualuk ; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Tau. • Patricia Louis 
Albano, Crystal City, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Dennis Carl Aldridge, Olive Branch ; Liberal Arts. 

Second Row: 

• Terrel Lee Algood, Louisville ; Pharmacy. • Charles 
Wesley Allen, Jr., Yazoo City; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Gilda Jean Allen, Corinth ; Education. • Nora 
Anne Allen, Belmont; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Robert 
Julian Allen, III, Indianola; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Stella Louise Allen, Houston, Texas; Educa- 
tion; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Third Row: 

• Sylvia Ann Allen, Magee ; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Al- 
pha. • John Samuel Allison, Olive Branch ; Business. • 
Steven Dennis Ammann, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • John G. Anderson, Ocean Springs; Liberal 
Arts. • Virginia Louise Anderson, University; Liberal 
Arts. • Julie Dawn Anderton, Cowan, Tenn. ; Educa- 
tion; Phi Mu. 



Fourth Row: 

• Robert Ross Andrews, Natchez; Business. • Allen Carey 
Anthony, Courtland; Education. • Barbara Carol An- 
thony, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education. • Genell Mattox 
Anthony, Courtland; Education. • Sandra Gail Anthony, 
Sebastopol, Liberal Arts. • Ethel Erwin Archer, Green- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

Fifth Row: 

• Mavis Ann Ard, Oxford ; Education. • Nancy Ellen 
Armstrong, Forest ; Liberal Arts. • James Raphael Ar- 
nett, Oxford; Engineering; Delta Psi. • William Samuel 
Atkinson, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • Martha Ann Aus- 
tin, Winona; Liberal Arts. • Shirley Lee Autry, Ashland; 
Business. 



Sixth Row: 

• Donald Webster Aven, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

• Doris Ann Avery, Independence ; Liberal Arts ; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Patricia Sue Axelrod, Water Valley ; Edu- 
cation; Phi Mu. • Pamela Evelyn Bailey, Jackson; Educa- 
tion; Phi Mu. • Phillip Jason Bailey, Gainesville, Fla. ; 
Education ; Kappa Sigma. • Linda Dorothy Baker, Pas- 
cagoula; Education; Alpha' Omicron Pi. 

Seventh Row: 

• Caroline Eliza Barbour, Yazoo City; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Haley Reeves Barbour, Yazoo City; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Billie Joy Barhanovich, 
Biloxi; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Bryan Barksdale, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Delores Jane Barnes, 
Iuka; Liberal Arts. • Hazel Ann Barnes, Kosciusko; 
Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Reginald Eugene Barnes, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Carol Jean Barnett, Slate Springs; 
Education. • Evelyn Frances Barr, Rustin, La.; Liberal 
Arts. • Ardra Lee Barrineau, Pensacola, Fla.; Business; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • James Douglass Barton, Pontotoc; 
Liberal Arts. • Ann Elizabeth Batson, Grenada; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Delta. 

Ninth Row: 

• Joy Beard, Myrtle; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Howard 
Bearden, Port Gibson; Business. • David William Beck- 
with, Greenville; Business. • Nancye Kathryn Bell, Pisa. 
Italy; Education. • Sonya Jean Bellais, Biloxi; Education. 

• Bruce James Bellande, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

Tenth Row: 

• Benny Wayne Bender, Aberdeen; Business; Sigma Chi. 

• Connie Sue Berry, Columbia, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Delta Pi. • Eugene Sexton Berry, New Hebron; 
Business. • James Lampton Berry, Jr., Columbia; Liberal 
Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Edwin Moore Best, Drew; En- 
gineering. • Janis Lynn Bettencourt, Waco, Texas; Edu- 
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First Row: 

• Thomas Cleveland Birchett, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Laura Cheryl Bishop, Crystal 
Springs, Mi.; Education; Kappa Delta. • Henry H. 
Black, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • F. 
Matthew Blaine, St. Louis; Education. • Evelyn Cecelia 
Block, Tunica; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Jim Crigh- 
ton Blough, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 



Second Row: 

• Robert Paul Boggs, Gulfport ; Pharmacy. • Thomas J. 
Bogue, III, Hollandale ; Liberal Arts. • Ann Davis Bom- 
boy, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Frank C. 
Boone, Jr., Meridian; Pharmacy. • Joseph Malcolm 
Booth, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • 
Larry Thomas Boozer, Amory ; Pharmacy. 



Third Row: 

• John Edward Botto, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts ; 
Kappa Alpha. • John Thomas Bottom, III, Vicksburg; 
Business; Sigma Chi. • Wanda Sue Bouchillon, Hernando; 
Education. • Lucien L. Bourgeois, Bay St. Louis; Liberal 
Arts. • Bronwyn Bowen, Abileen, Texas; Liberal Arts. 

• James B. Bowen, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

• William Mae Boyer, University; Liberal Arts. • Wil- 
liam Steven Bozeman, Biloxi ; Liberal Arts, Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Gayle Dana Brackett, Atlanta, Ga. ; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Gamma. • Mary Emily Braddock, West Point; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Anne Patton Bradley, 
Houston, Texas ; Liberal Arts ; Chi Omega. • Patricia 
Anne Bradley, Jackson ; Liberal Arts ; Kappa Delta. 

Fifth Row: 

• Lyle Poston Branch, Friendship, Tenn. ; Pharmacy. • 
Jerry Wayne Brawner, Corinth ; Education. • Michael 
James Brent, Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Business; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Vera Jane Brewer, Union; Pharmacy. • Jimmy Dick- 
son Brinson, Jackson; Pharmacy. • Arthur Louis Brisolara, 
Long Beach ; Pharmacy. 



Sixth Row: 

• Isabella N. Britton, Birmingham, Ala.; Education; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Corlis Page Broadway, Meridian; 
Business. • James Larry Brock, Walnut; Business. • Bev- 
erly Nell Brooks, Marianna, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Judith 
A. Brown, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Re- 
becca Louise Brown, Baton Rouge, La. ; Engineering. 



Seventh Row: 

• Reida Frances Brown, Meridian ; Liberal Arts. • Wil- 
liam Warren Brown, Meridian; Business; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • Mary Carolyn Bruno, Jackson; Education; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Alta Suzanne Bryan, Allen Park, 
Mich.; Education. • Jennifer Kay Bryon, Clinton; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Nan Elizabeth Buck, W. Memphis, Ark.; 
Education; Delta Gamma. 



Eighth Row: 

• Donna Lee Buford, Fayette; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Janice Bullard, Oxford ; Education. • Neva Evonne 
Burdison, Tunica; Liberal Arts. • Richard Brian Bur- 
nette, Clarksdale ; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Jim- 
mie Dwayne Burns, Jackson ; Pharmacy. • Susan Jane 
Burson, Memphis- Tenn. ; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Ninth Row: 

• Robert Arthur Cain, Greenwood; Education. • Pamela 
Brevard Caldwell, Marks; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

• Alice Jane Callicutt, Myrtle; Education. • David Wayne 
Callicutt, Myrtle; Education. • Thomas L. Callicutt, Jr., 
Tutwiler; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth R. Cameron, Collins; 
Education; Pi Beta Phi. 



Tenth Row: 

• Gerard Willett Campbell, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon. • Joseph Ed Canizaro, Jr., Vicksburg; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Patricia Ann Canty, Louis- 
ville; Education; Delta Gamma. • Louis Ramon Capaci, 
Metairie, La.; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Theta. • Edgar Lee 
Caples, Jackson; Engineering. • Ronald Estes Cardwell, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 



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First Row: 

• Mary Jacquelyn Carlisle, Aekerman; Education. • 
Bettye J. Carothers, Walnut; Liberal Arts. • Ira W. Car- 
penter, Jr., Biloxi ; Business. • Roxic Carpenter, Elaine; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Sherian Renec Carpenter, 
Holly Springs; Education. • Emmctt Wayne Carr, Ox- 
ford ; Business. 



Second Row: 

• Gaye Roden Carr, Booneville; Education. • Sammy 
Jacob Carroll, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Gary Gray 
Carter, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • William A. Carter, Shan- 
non; Liberal Arts. • John Michael Cassady, Miss. City; 
Engineering. • Jefferson P. Chadwick, Walnut Grove ; 
Engineering. 

Third Row: 

• Louis R. Chamblee, Raymond; Education; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Cynthia L. Chapman, Louisville; Education; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Phyllis Ann Chase, Balboa Hts. 
Canal Zone ; Business. • Van Joseph Cheramie, Cut Off, 
La.; Education; Phi Kappa Theta. • Mimi Elizabeth 
Chilcutt, Kosciusko; Education; Delta Gamma. • Francis 
Raymond Chiniche, Bay St. Louis; Pharmacy. 



Fourth Row: 

• Elsie C. Chisholm, Lambert; Education. • Sallye Laye 
Chow, Clarksdale ; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn Ross Chrest- 
man, Jackson; Education. • Hellon Gail Christopher, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Charles Thomas 
Clark, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • 
Sandra Jo Clark, Drew; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Wanda Dawn Clark, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Michael 
Lee Clayton, New Albany ; Engineering. • Ronald Wayne 
Clemmer, Ripley; Pharmacy. • Karen Elizabeth Cliett, 
Hazlehurst; Education. • Karen Ruth Cloutman, Neder- 
land, Texas; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Evelyn Louise 
Coates, Helena, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 



Sixth Row: 

• Martha McMillan Cobb, Birmingham, Ala. ; Educa- 
tion; Delta Delta Delta. • John Stephen Cockerham, 
Gunnison; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Jerald Davis 
Cockrell, Jackson; Education; Sigma Nu. • Susan Beattie 
Cockrell, Macon ; Liberal Arts. • Sherry Louise Coffey, 
Etta; Education. • Betty Carole Cole, Birmingham, Ala.; 
Liberal Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Michael Wallace Coleman, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi. • William Patrick Condon, Greenville; Pharmacy. 

• John Joseph Cook, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Kenneth Earl Cooksey, Jr., Monticello, Fla. ; 
Business; Kappa Sigma. • Johnnie P. Coombs, Jr., Blue 
Mtn.; Business. • Philip David Cooper, New Albany; 
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Eighth Row: 

• E. Suzanne Corretti, Birmingham, Ala.; Education; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • David Lester Craig, Essex; Liberal 
Arts. • Sarah Gaye Craig, Terre Haute, Ind.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • George Terrence Crawford, 
Ocala, Fla.; Business. • Jerry Lee Crocker, Calhoun City: 
Pharmacy. • Clay McAmis Crockett, Corinth ; Liberal 
Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Jo Candace Croft, Atlanta, Ga. ; Education; Chi Omega. 

• B. Kaye Crosby, Forest; Education. • Carla Cecilia 
Cross, Chattanooga, Tenn. ; Education ; Alpha Delta Pi. 

• George Sylvanius Cross, University; Business. • Charles 
Warren Crouch, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Linda Jo 
Crum, Corinth; Education. 



Tenth Row: 

• James William Crutcher, Cleveland; Business. • Nel- 
son Redic Cruthirds, Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• James M. Currie, Pass Christian, Miss.; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Kappa Psi. • Burn Wesley Curry, Hattiesburg; Busi- 
ness. • Chester Harris Curtis, Clarksdale ; Business. • 
James Dutch Dabbs, Quitman ; Business. 




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• Jeanette May Dancy, Senatobia; Liberal Arts. • Ray- 
mond Laverne Dancy, University; Liberal Arts. • Sandra 
Lynn Daniel, Jackson; Business. • James C. Dannreuther, 
Anguilla; Pharmacy. • Thomas H. Darnell, Jackson' 
Business. • William D. Davenport, Jr., Corinth; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• Elizabeth Ann Davis, Kinston, N.C.; Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Karen Davis, Austin, Texas; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Martha Louise Davis, Oxford ; Edu 
cation. • Sallie Rinehart Davis, Corinth; Education; Delta 
Gamma. • Cheryl Frances Dearman, Carthage; Liberal 
Arts. • William R. Deberry, Bolivar, Tenn. ; Business. 

Third Row: 

• Robert Emile Decoux, McComb; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Nu. • Linda Sue Deener, Greenville; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Betty Harolyn Dees, Rienzi ; Educa- 
tion; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Don Alfred Dees, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. • James Gordon Dees, Jr., Jackson; En- 
gineering. • Russell Defrancesco, Niagara Falls, N.Y. ; 
Business, Sigma Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• John Lewis Deitrich, Harrisburg, Pa.; Business; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • Dorothy Linda Deloteus, Bowling Green, 
Ky. ; Liberal Arts. • Earl Lamar Denham, Brookhaven; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Kent William Densing, 
Barharbor, Maine; Engineering. • Bruce Hubert Dixon, 
Carthage; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Carman Ray 
Dixon, Jr., Terry; Business. 



Fifth Row: 

• Jerry Alan Doolittle, Brookhaven; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Martha Doran, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Daniel Richard Dorsey, Dalton, Georgia; Edu- 
cation. • Patricia M. Dougherty, Ocean Springs; Educa- 
tion. • Ronald Giles Dozier, Rock Hill, S.C.; Education. 

• Cheryl Lee Drennan, Meridian; Liberal Arts, Alpha 
Delta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Billie Barnette Dribben, Greenwood; Education. • Mar- 
shull Glenn Duckworth, New Albany; Education. • Jewell 
K. Dykes, Jr., Natchez; Business. • Susan Gilda Edmond- 
son, Vardaman ; Education; Phi Mu. • James R. Edwards, 
Jr., Byhalia; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Wanda Jean 
Edwards, Oxford; Education; Kappa Delta. 



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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

N. Devon Ellington, Liberty; Business. • Joseph Claude 
Elliott, Clearwater, Fla. ; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • 
Walter Mac Elliott, Laurel; Business. • Michael Edward 
Ellis, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Mary Alice Eu- 
banks, Ruleville; Education. • Thomas Irvin Evans, Ham- 
ilton, Ala.; Pharmacy. 



Second Row: 

• Julian W. Fagan, III, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Elizabeth 
Love Fair, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Helen Elizabeth Fant, Culfport; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Leslie Kathleen Farr, Columbus, Ohio; Edu- 
cation; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Michael J. Farrell, Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. ; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • George 
Thomas Farris, Clarksdale ; Business; Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon. 



Third Row: 

• Linda Farrish, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Al- 
pha. • Kathy Mona Fealhaber, Tupelo, Liberal Arts. • 
Jason McCool Fenwick, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. • Ger- 
trude Betty Ferguson, Corsicana, Texas; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • John Foster Fields, Tiptonville, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Lorabeth Fisher, Lapel, 
Ind. ; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Katharine Broadwell Flagg, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Sarah Ellen Fleming, Jackson; Edu- 
cation. • Fred Rusher Flinn, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; 
Sigma Nu. • James L. Flippin, University; Education. 

• David M. Fore, Hollandale; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Richard Lamar Forman, Meadville; Liberal Arts. 



Fifth Row: 

• William Charles Forrest, Fairhope, Ala.; Business; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • Edward Lee Foster, Louisville; Business; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • James Thomas Foster, Tula; Educa- 
tion. • Ralph Davis Foster, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. • 
Bettye R. Fountain, McComb; Liberal Arts. • Jerry Cur- 
tis Fowler, Hickory Flat; Education. 



Sixth Row: 

• Terry Joe Fox, Buckatunna; Liberal Arts. • Rita Lynn 
Frasier, Jackson ; Education. • Robert Lyle France, For- 
rest City, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Barbara Ellen Frank, 
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Daniel 
James Freeman, Union; Liberal Arts. • Robert Alan Free- 
man, Wesson ; Pharmacy. 



Seventh Row: 

• Chryl Rose French, Water Valley; Education. • Bar- 
bara Gail Frost, Rienzi ; Liberal Arts. • Nancy Helen Frye, 
Magnolia; Business; Phi Mu. • Helen Robinson Fulcher, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Charles Francis 
Furr, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • Darvis Quinn Gallaher, 
Rienzi ; Education. 



Eighth Row: 

• William Lee Garber, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • John Clar- 
ence Garner, Newhebron ; Liberal Arts. • William P. 
Garth, Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • 
William C. Gartin, Jr., Laurel; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon.. • Allen Woods Gary, Mendenhall, Miss.; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Richard Barry Gaston, Fairhope, 
Ala. ; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Leonard B. Gatewood, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 
Cecelia Anne Gautier, Vicksburg; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Kenneth Gentry, Baldwyn ; Pharmacy. 

• Hershell George, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. • Ellen L. Getchell, University; Liberal Arts. • 
Ronald B. Giadrosich, Pass Christian, Miss. ; Business. 



Tenth Row: 

• Walter Henry Gibbes, Learned; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. • Catherine V. Gibson, Jackson; Busi- 
ness. • David Van Gillentine, Tupelo; Education. • Alma 
Claire Gillis, Mendenhall ; Liberal Arts. • Roberta Jane 
Gilly, Biloxi ; Business. • Becky Jane Gober. Lyon ; Edu- 
cation. 






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First Row: 

• Nelda Lynn Gober, Oxford; Education. • Gayle Lovette 
Golden, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Richard 
Douglas Goodwin, New Albany; Education. • Susan Gayle 
Gordon, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma-. • Gay 
Gottshall, Hobbs, N.M. ; Education; Kappa Delta. • 
Elizabeth Goza, Magnolia; Education; Kappa Delta. 

Second Row: 

• Gay Grafton Graeber, Marks; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. • Lawrence Cary Graeber, Yazoo City; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Lillian Smith Graham, Bolton; 
Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Richard Newell Graham, 
Union City, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Ruth 
Elizabeth Gramling, Merigold; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Kitty Hay Gravely, Martinsville, Va. ; Educa- 
tion; Pi Beta Phi. 



Third Row: 

• Charles Lee Gray, Fountain Hill, Ark. ; Engineering. 

• Kathryn L. Gray, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • Linda 
Rose Gray, New Albany; Business. • William Russell 
Greene, Brookhaven; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Mich- 
ael Duke Greenich, Lindenhurst, N.Y. ; Education. • 
Elizabeth S. R. Greenwell, Terre Haute, Ind. ; Education. 

Fourth Row: 

• Susan Jarrell Greenwell, Jackson; Education. • Edgar 
Allen Gregory, Myrtle; Education. • Ellen Jane Gregory, 
New Albany; Education; Delta Gamma. • Linda Ruth 
Gregory, Amory; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Paul 
Michael Gresham, Hickory Flat; Business; Sigma Pi. • 
Joseph P. Griffin, Bay St. Louis; Business; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Eddie Jackson Grisham, New Albany; Education. • 
Linda Kaye Thomas Grisham, New Albany; Education. 

• Patricia Louise Guest, Pass Christian, Miss.; Education; 
Ka..ppa Kappa Gamma. • Helen Sue Gurley, Potts 
Camp; Liberal Arts. • John Richard Guyton, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Michael Hardin Guyton, Blue 
Mountain; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

Sixth Row: 

• Ruth Diane Gwyn, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • Shirley 
Ann Hagerman, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • 
Janet Lynn Hailey, Crowder; Liberal Arts. • William C. 
Haire, Batesville; Pharmacy. • Allen Irby Hale, New Al- 
bany; Engineering. • Henderson S. Hall, Jr., Grenada; 
Business; Kappa Alpha. 

Seventh Row: 

• Holly Augusta Hall, Brooklyn, N.Y. ; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. • O. Lynn Hamblin, Bruce; Education. 

• Linda Lee Hamilton, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Elizabeth Rogers Hanry, New Albany; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. • Sally Diane Hardway, Oxford; Business; 
Phi Mu. • James Robert Hardin, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; 
Beta Theta Pi. 

Eighth Row: 

• Barbara Nell Hardy, New Albany; Education. • Emily 
Ann Harness, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • William J. Harrell, 
Alhambra, Calif.; Business; Sigma Nu. • Catherine Brigid 
Harris, Yazoo City; Education; Kappa Delta. • Nancy 
Fleming Harris, Baton Rouge, La. ; Liberal Arts. • Steph- 
en Alan Harris, Providence, R.I.; Education; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. 



Ninth Row: 

• Donald M. Harrison, Jr., Gainesville, Fla. ; Business; 
Phi Kappa Psi. • Hugh Miller Hartzog, Meridian; Busi- 
ness; Phi Delta Theta. • John Elliot Harvey, Water 
Valley; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • Fred Reid Harwell, 
Ellisville; Pharmacy. • Judy Cornelia Hasting, Clarks- 
dale ; Business; Chi Omega. • George L. Hathaway, Ox- 
ford; Education. 



Tenth Row: 

• Harold Wayne Hawkins, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • 
Ronald Stephen Hayles, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • Herbert Haynes, New Albany; Business. 

• James Calvin Hefley, Sardis; Business. • Brenda Helms, 
Eupora; Liberal Arts. • James Dewey Henderson, St. 
Louis, Mo.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. 



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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

• John Pittman Henson, Itta Bena; Business; Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon. • Paul Vernon Hester, West Point; Business; 
Kappa Sigma. • William E. Hester, Jackson; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • Joseph D. Hewitt, Clinton; Liberal Arts; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Carole Ann Higgins, West Point; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Maxine Hill, Etta; Education. 



Second Row: 

• Judy Bryan Hobby, Raleigh, N.C.; Education; Chi 
Omega. • Pamela Haynes Hodgson, Yazoo City; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta. • Robert David Hogue, Walnut 
Grove; Pharmacy. • Clara Louise Holloway, Randolph; 
Liberal Arts. • John B. Holmes, Jr., Clarksdale ; Engineer- 
ing; Kappa Sigma. • Linda Ann Holmes, Terry; Phar- 
macy. 



Third Row: 

• Donald George Hopkins, Upper Marlboro; Education. 

• Carolyn Lee Horrell, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Cynthia Joyce Houston, Baldwin ; Edu- 
cation; Pi Beta Phi. • Odessa Faye Houston, Oxford; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Ronald Mack Howard, Jackson; Engineering; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Larry Gene Hubbard, Jackson; Edu- 
cation. 



Fourth Row: 

• Judy Carolyn Hudson, Rienzi ; Education; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Carson McClain Hughes, Charleston; Business; 
Sigma Nu. • Mary Katherine Hulen, Paducah, Ky. ; Phar- 
macy; Alpha Delta Pi. • Elizabeth Rodgers Hurt, Roanoke, 
Va. ; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • John Miro 
Hurych, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • Danny Gene Hutchi- 
son, Sallis; Pharmacy. 



Fifth Row: 

• Ira Dennis Isonhood, Jackson; Business. • Stephen 
Rogers Izard, Fulton; Liberal Arts. • Pamela Marie Ja- 
bour, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • James Douglas Jackson, 
Walnut; Education. • Cassandra James, Harrodsburg, 
Ky. ; Liberal Arts ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Newton Ward 
James, McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 



Sixth Row: 

• Opha Lavelle James, Oxford ; Business. • Dorothy Delle 
Jameson, Germantown, Tenn. ; Education ; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Julian Tilley Janes, III, McComb; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Alpha. • Robert G. Jefcoats, Richton; Pharmacy. 

• Byron Thomas Jeffcoat, Beaumont; Liberal Arts. • 
Joseph Earl Jenkins, Oxford; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

• William Edwin Jenkins, Nashville, Tenn.; Business. • 
Doris Ann Jobe, Pontotoc; Education. • Charles F. John- 
son, III, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
John D. Johnson, Natchez; Liberal Arts. • Lana Dawn 
John, Tuscaloosa, Ala. ; Liberal Arts. • Lynne Rice John- 
son, Madisonville, Ky. ; Business; Pi Beta Phi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Bobbye Marie Jones, Weiner, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • 
David Clifford Jones, Oxford ; Education. • James Donald 
Jones, Oxford; Education. • Jane Nash Jones, Kosciusko; 
Pharmacy, Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda Gatt Jones, Senatobia; 
Education. • Linda K. Galloway Jones, Oxford; Educa- 
tion. 



Ninth Row: 

• Maury Lynn Jones, Courtland ; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Robert Eugene Jones, Yazoo City; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sara Lou Jones, Neosho, 
Mo.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Thomas L. Jones, Jr., 
Batesville; Liberal Arts. • Sandra Ann Jordan, Union; 
Liberal Arts. • Tony Thadeus Jordan, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Education. 



Tenth Row: 

• Bonnie Helen .Kearney, Money; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Samuel Martin Keith, Providence, R.I.; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Betty Jane Kellum, Louise; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Delta. • Michael Louis Kelly, Vicks- 
burg; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Myrtle Paula Kelly, 
Taylorsville ; Education. • Michael William Kenney, Ply- 
mouth Meeting, Pa. ; Liberal Arts. 




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F;Vi< Row: 

• Timothy James Kenney, Lakeland, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Denelda Keye, University; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Gene Miller Kidd, Nashville, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. • 
Sandra Kay Kidd, Piqua, Ohio; Education; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Virginia Ernest Kimbrough, Grenada; Liberal Arts. 

• Agnes Taylor King, Drew; Business; Delta Delta Delta. 



Second Row: 

• Ann Roe King, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Charles Allen King, Hickory Flat; Education. • Sherry 
Kingery, Hattiesburg; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • 
Ralph Earl Kirkland, Ellisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 

• Mary Kay Kirkpatrick, Tyler, Texas; Business; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Kaye F. Kisner, Water Valley; Education. 



Third Row: 

• Brian Floyd Kooiman, Clearwater, Fla.; Business; Phi 
Kappa Tau. • Preston James Kopf, Senatobia; Pharmacy. 

• Thomas Earl Kruse, Melrose Park, 111. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Veta Frances Kucewicz, Yonkers, N.Y. ; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Delta Pi. • Laura Victoria Kudlacz, Columbus; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Maud Andrews Kuyken- 
dall, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 



Fourth Row: 

• Thomas M. Kwasniewski, Louisville; Business; Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha. • Gloria Anglyn Kyle, Athens, Ala. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Noble Weir Kyle, II, Durant; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Edward Lacefield, Sarah ; En- 
gineering. • Susan Elizabeth Ladner, Lumberton; Liberal 
Arts. • Terry Anne Laher, New Albany; Liberal Arts. 



Fifth Row: 

• Jesse Smylie Laird, Brookhaven ; Liberal Arts. • James 
Patrick Lamphron, Willingboro, N.J. ; Liberal Arts. • 
David Lawrence Landskov, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • 
Johnny Earl Lane, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • James E. 
Langmesser, Chicago, 111.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Francis John Larkin, Saltillo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Steve Curtis Lary, Greenwood; Business. • Linda Kay 
Latham, Hollandale; Education; Phi Mu. • Peter Birch- 
more Lauer, Geneva, 111.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. 

• Benton M. Lavers, Greenwood, Liberal Arts. • Donnie 
Gayle Lay, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • Dinah Louise Leavitt, 
Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Sarah Randall Lee, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts. • Wil- 
lian Allan Lee, Pensacola, Fla.; Education; Kappa Sigma. 

• Michael Thornton Lester, Laurel; Education. • John 
Frank Lewis, Ellisville; Liberal Arts. • Margaret Jane 
Lewis, Liberty; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Marie 
Lewis, Pascagoula ; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Martha Lynn Lewis, Houma, La.; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Robert E. Lewis, Jr., Meridian; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Frank Peter Liberto, Grenada; Liberal Arts. 

• Melanie Allen Ligon, Granada; Education. • Sally 
Elaine Lilly, Liberty; Liberal Arts. • Marilyn R. Lips- 
comb, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Peggy Scott Litton, Greenwood; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Myrtle Frances Livingston, Pope; Business. • 
Lowell Richard Locke, Kensington, Md. ; Liberal Arts. 

• John William Lockett, Thomastown; Pharmacy. • Guy 
M. Long, Tupelo; Business. • William Robert Long, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Business; Phi Kappa Tau. 



Tenth Roiv: 

• Cathy Ann Lopez, Wesson; Business. • James Russell 
Lovelace, Houston; Liberal Arts. • Sara Helen Lowe, 
Hazlehurst; Pharmacy. "'Mack Lamar Lowery, Jackson; 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • James Howard Lowry, Fol- 
som, La.; Liberal Arts. Anthony R. Lowstuter, Jr., 
Arlington, Va. ; Business. 



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First Rott>: 

• Nancy Carlan Lublanezki, Kings Mtn., N.C.; Pharmacy. 

• Linda Kay Luke, Jackson; Education; Kappa Delta. • 
William Joseph Lumalcuri, Mantachie; Education. • 
Hollis Eugene Lunsford, APO, New York; Engineering; 
Phi Kappa Tau. • Edward Joseph Lyon, Olive Branch; 
Business; Sigma Nu. • Betty B. McAlexander, Holly 
Springs; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 



Second Row: 

• Danny Joe McAlpin, Booneville; Liberal Arts. • Thomas 
H. McCarley, III, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Belva Lee McCormick, Moberly, Mo. ; 
Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Dorothy Susan McCoy, 
Hughes, Ark. ; Education. • Joseph Bryant McCoy, Jack- 
son, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. • Doris Fay McCraw, Union; 
Education. 



Third Row: 

• Price Curd McDermott, Holly Springs; Business. • Lucy 
Ellen McDonald, Bryan, Texas; Liberal Arts. • Andrew 
B. McDowell, Lake Forest, 111.; Education. • Ernest G. 
McElveen, Bogalusa, La. ; Business. • James Ware Mc- 
Elwee, Magnolia; Business; Sigma Nu. • John Robert 
McGaha, New Albany; Education. 



Fourth Row: 

• Timothy Powell McGahey, Leland; Business; Kappa 
Alpha. • Hassell Lynn McGee, Atlanta, Ga. ; Education; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Fred Allen McGonagill, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Riley Barber Mc- 
Ilwain, Jr., Pascagoula ; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Floyd 
H. Mclntyre, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
Virginia Ruth Mclntyre, Hazlehurst; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Larry Gene McKay, Baldwin; Education. • Otto Mc- 
Kay, Jr., Brandon; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Michael 
Treloar McKee, Coffeeville; Business. • Thomas R. Mc- 
Kibbens, Jr., Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Charles A. McKnight, 
Pharmacy. • Edwin Murry McLarty, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Business. 



Sixth Row: 

• Larry Victor McMullan, Laurel; Business; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Minnie Katherine McMullan; Hattiesburg; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Aubrey Buford McMullen, 
Jr., Sumner; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Joseph 
Leray McNamara, El Centro, Calif.; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Martha Louise McNeely, Iuka; Engineer- 
ing. • John Gordon McWilliams, Covina, Calif. ; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• Raymond E. Mabus, Jr., Ackerman; Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. • Virginia Lee Maier, Aberdeen ; Liberal Arts. 

• James Carson Mallette, Indianola; Business. • Winford 
Ann Malone, Oxford; Education; Phi Mu. • Thomas H. 
Malouf, Jackson; Business. • Charles Geoffrey Mangin, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• A Katherine Mann, Belmont; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Edward William Manning, Mt. Olive; Pharmacy. • 
Karen Elizabeth Manson, Jacksonville, Fla. ; Educa- 
tion. • Joseph R. Marascalco, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Kappa Tau. • Larry Joe Mardis, Ripley; Education. 

• Mary Marodis, Biloxi ; Education. 



Ninth Row: 

• M. Lynn Marshall, Sumner; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

• Walter Wilds Marston, Iron Mtn., Mich.; Liberal Arts. 

• James Gilbert Martin, Grenada; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Peggy Ann Martin, Paso Robles, Calif.; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Ross Calvin Martin, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

• William Stephen Martin, Delhi, La.; Engineering. 



Tenth Row: 

• Leon W. Mashburn, III, Clarksdale ; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Martha Ann Mason, University; 
Education. • Gwen Massey, Pelahatchie ; Education; 
Kappa Delta. • Lois Carolyn Matson, Columbus; Liberal 
Arts. • Linda Sue Matthews, Hillsboro; Education. • 
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Fffft Row: 

• Loretta Jan Matulich, Columbia, Education. • Olin B. 
Mauldin, Jr., McComb; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Mar- 
tha Helen Maxcy, Red Bay, Ala.; Business. • William L. 
Maxey, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Thomas 
Michael May, Hampton, Va. ; Business. • George Flem- 
ing Maynard, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

Second Row: 

• John Hearn Mays, Cincinnati, Ohio; Business. • Robert 
C. Meisenheimer, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Martha Melton, Greenwood; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Robert Lowery Metts, III, Louisville; Liberal 
Arts. • John R. Meyer, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Mary Ann Miles, Lumberton; Education; Phi Mu. 

Third Row: 

• Bonnie Aqualynn Millen, Drew ; Education ; Pi Beta 
Phi. • Charles Edward Miller, Clearwater, Fla.; Business. 

• James Howard Miller, Berea, Ohio; Business. • Sarah 
Ann Milliken, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Katherine Milner, Gulfport; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Don Michael Milstead, Okolona; Edu- 
cation. 



Fourth Row: 

• James Douglas Minor, Coldwater; Liberal Arts. • Geof- 
fery C. Mitchell, Glasgow, Ky. ; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Mary Annis Mitchell, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Beta 
Phi. • Anna Eugenia Mize, Fulton; Pharmacy; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Hugh McGhee Monteith, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi. • Tarlton Hughes Monteith, Grenada; 
Business. 



Fifth Row: 

• Betty B. Moore, Hattiesburg; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Evelyn Carol Moore, University; Education. 

• Johnny Moore, Biloxi ; Liberal Arts. • McPherson D. 
Moore, University; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • Paul 
M. Moore, Jr., Calhoun City; Business; Beta Theta Pi. 

• John Jordan Morgan, Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 



Sixth Row: 

• Martha Lynn Morgan, Miami Springs, Fla. ; Educa- 
tion ; Pi Beta Phi. • Harvey Lee Morrison, Jr., Okolona; 
Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Elizabeth Ann Morris- 
son, Etta; Education. • Linda Lucille Morton, Carthage; 
Pharmacy. • Mike E. Moses, Jr., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. 

• Marsha Lynn Mountz, Winter Park, Fla.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



Seventh Row: 

• Elizabeth Ann Murphy, Coldwater; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Joseph Robert Musgrave, Jackson; Edu- 
cation. • David Paul Myers, York, Pa.; Education; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • William Milton Myers, Raleigh; Engineer- 
ing; Delta Psi. • Harold Griffin Myrick, Laurel; Liberal 
Arts. • James Luther Nabors, Guntown; Business. 



Eighth Row: 

• Nita Carlene Nash, Corinth; Education; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Rayborn David Neal, Bruce ; Liberal Arts. • 
Charles Alexander Neale, Arlington, Va. ; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • Willard Ross Neely, II, LaGrange, 111.; 
Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Kathryne Leigh Neill, 
Greenwood; Education; Phi Mu. • Martha Bryant Neil- 
son, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 



Ninth Row: 

• Robert Wade Nelms, Vaiden ; Liberal Arts. • James S. 
Netherton, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • Donna Kay New- 
som, Greenville; Pharmacy. • Hugh Patrick Newton, Jack- 
son; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • William B. Nicholson, 
Newton; Business. • Judith K. Noble, Baton Rouge, La.; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



Tenth Roiv: 

• Paul Laderl Nolan, Myrtle; Education. • Samuel Grif- 
fin Norquist, Yazoo City; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• John R. Nunnery, Jr., Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • William K. Oakley, Senatobia; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Jerry Dennis Oakman, Clarks- 
dale; Liberal Arts. • Walter Page Ogden, Natchez; Lib- 
eral Arts. 



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First Row: 

• Linda Lee Ogle, Senatobia ; Education. • Ernest G. 
Oliver, Jr., Oxford; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Margaret Lynn Olson, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Kathleen Oneal, Jackson; Education. • Charles 
Earnest Overton, Somerville, Tenn. ; Pharmacy; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Jacqueline Kay Palmer, Holly Grove, 
Ark.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Second Row: 

• Danny Larry Park, Belden ; Business. • John Robert 
Parker, Tula ; Education. • Sylvester Edison Parker, Ox- 
ford ; Liberal Arts. • Tina Sue Parker, Fairhope, Ala.; 
Education. • Harold Brent Parks, Lawrence; Pharmacy. 

• Billie Jane Patterson, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. 

Third Row: 

• Carol Ann Patterson, Jackson, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Gary Wayne Patterson, Rosedale ; 
Business. • Jerry L. Patton, Pontotoc ; Liberal Arts. • 
Mary Elizabeth Paul, Greenville; Education. • Joel G. 
Payne, Jr., Brandon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Patricia 
Ann Payne, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. 

Fourth Row: 

• Edward P. Peacock, III, Clarksdale; Business; Phi Delta 
Theta. • David Gill Pearce, Madisonville, Ky. ; Business. 

• Woody Dill Pearce, Marietta; Education. • Robert 
H. Pedersen, Hurley; Liberal Arts. • Charles Robert 
Pennebaker, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • 
Alan Walter Perry, Philadelphia: Business; Sigma Chi. 

Fifth Row: 

• Michael Sink Person, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Christopher E. Persson, White Plains, 
N.Y. ; Business. • Portia Anne Peteet, Greenwood ; Edu- 
cation ; Kappa Delta. • Richard L. Peterson, Jr., Green- 
ville; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Rebecca Ann Phay. 
University; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Eu- 
gene J. Phelan, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.: Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Gale Veazey Phillips, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Harriet Mabry Phillips, McComb; Education; 
Phi Mu. • Martha Carolyn Phillips, Park Forest, 111.; 
Education: Delta Gamma. • Richard Taylor Phillips, 
Batesville; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Harry A. 
Piazza, Vicksburg; Business: Kappa Alpha. • Judy Co- 
ralei Pierce. Vicksburg: Education: Delta Gamma. 

Seventh Row: 

• Elizabeth Ann Pittman, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Donald Cochran Potts. Jackson; Business; Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha. • Ronald Edward Powell, West Memphis, Ark. ; 
Pharmacy 5 ; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Virginia Alice Powell, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Education: Delta Gamma. • David 
Harris Pratt, Corinth ; Liberal Arts. • Lawrence Earl 
Pratt, Ruleville: Business; Kappa Sigma. 

Eighth Row: 

• Charles Michael Prewett. Pontotoc ; Liberal Arts. • 
Connie Laine Price, Somerville, Tenn.; Education: Kappa 
Delta. • Thomas Glenn Price, Gulfport; Pharmacy. • 
James Alec Primos, Jr., Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• Dudley Ernest Pritchard, West Memphis, Ark.; Busi- 
ness. • Martha Louise Prowell, Jonestown: Education: 
Phi Mu. 

Ninth Row: 

• Jerrill Rowena Pullen. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Catherine V. Purnell, Vincennes, Ind.; Edu- 
cation. • Charles P. Quarterman, Jackson; Business; Del- 
ta Psi. • Patricia Anne Quinn, Nashville, Tenn.; Busi- 
ness. • Tims Alford Quinn, Jr., Clinton, 111. ; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Pauline Quon. Hernando: 
Liberal Arts. 

Tenth Row: 

• James Edward Rainer. Decatur: Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Mary Letitia Rainer, Yazoo City; Business: 
Delta Delta Delta. • V. V. Rajan, University: Liberal 
Arts. • Jon Frederick Rank Miami Beach. Fla. ; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • George Hamilton Rather, Jr., 
Jonestown; Liberal Arts. • Helen Jannette Ray, Eupora ; 
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First Row: 

• John Reddoch, III, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Timothy Hart Reecht, Crystal City, Mo.; Education; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Frederic Warren Rees, Jr., Charlotte, 
N.C.; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Elizabeth Ann Reno, 
Hazelhurst; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Richard 
Earl Rhoden, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Robert Allen Rhodes, Blue Mountain; Business. 

Second Row: 

• William Joseph Rhodes, Tupelo; Business; Kappa Sig- 
ma. • Charles Lamar Richardson, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas; 
Liberal Arts. • James Arnold Richardson, Jackson; Phar- 
macy; Phi Kappa Psi. • Sheila Ann Riley, Water Valley; 
Business. • Suzanne Patricia Riley, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • George James Roark, III, 
Warrington, Fla. ; Business. 



Third Row: 

• Robert Lee Roberts, Jr., Vicksburg; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • William Elbert Roberts, Wesson; Liberal Arts. 

• Patricia Ann Robertson, Corinth; Education. • Stokes 
Vernon Robertson, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

• David Wayne Robinson, Canton; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Rodney Frank Rocha, Grenada ; Business. 



Fourth Row: 

• Manuel Rodriquez, San Vose, Costa Rica; Business. • 
John C. Roper, Jr., Jackson; Education. • Jimmie W. 
Rose, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • Willard P. Rose, Jr., Shel- 
by; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Patricia Vyonne 
Ross, Oxford ; Business. • Mary Lee Rush, Meridian ; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 



Fifth Row: 

• John James Russell, Greenville, S.C. ; Business; Beta 
Theta Pi. • Ronald Charles Salerno, Troy, New York; 
Liberal Arts. • James Milford Salers, Kosciusko; Phar- 
macy. • Gregory Maxwell Sanders, Sardis; Business. • 
Jimmie Nell Scarbrough, Calhoun City; Education. • 
Linda Jane Schiele, Lambert ; Liberal Arts. 



Sixth Row: 

• Michael F. Schlosser, Vicksburg; Business; Kappa Al- 
pha. • Eric Campbell Schweitzer, Avondale Estates Ga. ; 
Business; Sigma Nu. • Elizabeth Ann Scott, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts: Delta Delta Delta. • Joseph Thomas Scott, 
Hazlehurst ; Business: Sigma Chi. • Kathleen Dixon Scott, 
Cincinnati, Ohio; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Marilyn 
Ann Scott, Louisville ; Liberal Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Janie Lynn Seefeld, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • 
Frank Seid, Jr., Greenville; Pharmacy. • John S. Shackel- 
ford, Nesbitt; Liberal Arts. • Virginia F. Shackelford, 
LaGrange, Ga. ; Education. • Jimmy Dale Shaffer, Clarks- 
dale ; Business. • Lee MyrI Shellabarger, University; 
Business; Kappa Delta. 



Eighth Row: 

• Mary Bess Shoemake, Water Valley; Education. • Alicia 
Gene Shrader, Mississippi City, Miss. ; Education. • Mary 
Kathleen Sides, Dundee; Education. • Warren Robert 
Sigman. West Palm Beach, Fla.: Engineering; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Samuel J. Simmons, III, Grenada; Education. 

• Lillian Marie Simon, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. 



Ninth Roiv: 

• Doris Joan Simpson, New Albany; Education. • Laura 
Rice Simpson, Shaw; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Byrle 
Hood Sims, Columbia; Education: Kappa Delta. • Hal 
Halloway Skelton, Woodland: Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Theta. • Irven Harry Skinner, Brilliant, Ala.; Liberal 
Arts. • William Troy Sloan, Jackson; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. 



Tenth Row: 

• Anne Karin Smith, Jackson: Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Bennett Edwin Smith, Jr., Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Psi. • Gayle R. Smith, Memphis, Tenn.; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Jean Moseley Smith. 
Greenfield, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Juliane 
Smith, Rockmart, Ga. ; Education: Phi Mu. • Phillip 
Roger Smith, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. 



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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

• Sandra Lee Smith, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education; Phi 
Mu. • Winston Arthur Smith, Bonifay, Fla. ; Engineering; 
Sigma Pi. • Martha Jo Sneed, Thaxton; Education. • 
James M. Snyder. McLean, Va.; Business. • Michael G. 
Soper, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Jack Frank- 
lin Speed, Macon, Ga. ; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Second Row: 

• Julie Spencer, Fayette; Liberal Arts. • Susan Spiceland, 
Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Glendon 
Ray Spigner, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • James B. Spraberry, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Susan Sprinkel, Winter Haven, 
Fla. ; Liberal Arts. • Dorothy Lynn Stallworth, Pasca- 
goula; Business; Kappa Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Hugh William Stancill, III, Drew; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi. • Gloria Starnes, Oxford; Education. • Walter Har- 
old Starr, Jr., Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Rich- 
ard Henry Stechmann, Bay St. Louis; Engineering. • 
Louis Samuel Steen, Abilene, Texas; Engineering. • 
Sandra Lynn Stegall, Flora; Business. 



Fourth Row: 

• Vermon Jack Stephens, Jr., Natchez; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • Janet W. Stevens, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Bradford M. Stewart, Belzoni ; Busi- 
ness; Kappa Alpha. • James Claude Still, Blue Mountain; 
Liberal Arts. • John Franklin Still, Sardis ; Education. • 
Wendel Coleman Stoltz, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. 



Fifth Row: 

• Miriam O. Stone, Meridian ; Education ; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Sandra Ellis Stone, Hopkinsville, Ky. ; Liberal 
Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • George Curtis Strickland, San- 
dersville ; Business. • Eleanor Sue Stringer, Jackson ; Edu- 
cation. • Martha Lee Suber, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Del- 
ta Gamma. • Mildred H. Sullivan, Jackson; Education: 
Pi Beta Phi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Judith Carol Swink, Farmington, Mo.; Liberal Arts. 

• Larry Stephen Tabor, McCool ; Pharmacy. • Rebecca 
Ann Taft, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Eugenia Adeline Tal- 
bert, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Clingmon Tate, 
Fowlkes, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • William Car- 
ruth Tate, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 



Seventh Row: 

• Beverly White Taylor, Grenada; Education. • John Leo 
Taylor, University; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Theta. • Ken- 
neth K. Taylor, Water Valley ; Business. • Mary Mar- 
garet Taylor, Jackson; Education; Delta Gamma. • Pa- 
trick Arnold Taylor, Biloxi; Business. • William E. Tay- 
lor, Jr., West Point: Business. 



Eighth Row: 

• Katherine Sophronia Tays, Booneville; Education. • 
Robert C. Terry, Calhoun City; Business. • Dolores Maria 
Thomas, Jackson; Education. • Kenny Sharp Thomas, 
Michigan City; Business. • Virginia Lynn Thomas, Ray- 
mond, Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Charles Doug- 
las Thompson, West Memphis, Ark. ; Engineering. 



Ninth Row: 

• Gary Norris Thompson, Amory ; Pharmacy. • Greg 
Salter Thompson, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma. • James Carlos Thompson, Hamilton ; Business. • 
James Eugene Thompson, Rienzi ; Education. • Patricia 
Irene Thompson, Jackson; Education: Delta Delta Delta. 

• Carroll Hodges Thornton, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. 



Tenth Row: 

• Rhoda Gayle Thornton, Meridian; Education: Chi 
Omega. • John Lee Tidwell, Laurel: Liberal Arts. • Brent 
Bollinger Tinnin, Hornersville ; Business; Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon. • Gordon Thomas Tollison, Dorsey; Engineering. 

• Lana Maureen Toney, Vicksburg: Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Frank Williams Trapp, Philadelphia; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Nu. 






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• Walter Michael Troop, Madisonville, Ky.; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • Leroy E. Tropp, III, Carrollton, Ohio; 
Liberal Arts. • William C. Trotter, III, Greenville; Lib- 
eral Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Mark Tucei, 
Biloxi; Business. • Ronald Edward Tucker, Meridian; 
Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Stanley Earl Tupman, 
Indianola; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Second Row: 

• Callie Lou Turner, Coldwater; Education. • Martha 
Rhodes Turner, Moss Point; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Russell Godwin Turner, III, Decatur, Ga. ; 
Business. • Richard Scott Tuteur, Batesville ; Business; 
Sigma Nu. • Patricia Ann Tynes, Biloxi; Education; Del- 
ta Gamma. • Evalyn Anne Tyson, New Paltz, N.Y. ; Edu- 
cation; Pi Beta Phi. 



Third Row: 

• Bobby Wayne Underwood, Baldwyn ; Business. • Au- 
relia Whitener Urbanek, University; Liberal Arts. • Rich- 
ard Dee Utley, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • Albert Menton 
Valentine, Newton; Pharmacy. • William H. Valentine, 
Accomac, Va. ; Business; Sigma Pi. • Bernard Vance, 
Meridian; Business; Phi Delta Theta. 



Fourth Row: 

• Marjorie Lee Vanfosson, Crowley, La.; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Ronald Van Ostenbridge, Hawthorne, 
N.J.; Engineering. • Jacquelyn Sue Varnado, Hazelhurst; 
Education. • Stephen Vassallo, Nashville, Tenn. ; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Ellen Wailes, Jackson; Busi- 
ness; Alpha Omicron Pi. • John Anderson Watts, Leland; 
Liberal Arts. 



Fifth Row: 

• David W. Waldron, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Joseph Brent Walker, McComb; Business; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • Rebecca Ann Walker, Corinth; Education; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Sally Jean Walker, Dyersburg, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Susan Lee Walker, Oak- 
land, Calif.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • John Marshall 
Wall, Riverside, Calif.; Education; Sigma Pi. 



Sixth Row: 

• Robert M. Wall, Jackson; Pharmacy. • John Richard 
Wallace, Horn Lake; Liberal Arts. • Judith E. Walley, 
Richton; Education. • John . Wallis, Jr., Clarksdale; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Cecile Nugent Walsh, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Larry Claiborne Walters, Laurel; 
Engineering. 






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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

• Larry Charles Wamble, Osceola, Ark.; Pharmacy. • 
Charles F. Ward, Jr., Etta; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • 
Michael Hailey Ward, Gulfport; Business. • James Wil- 
liam Warren, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Linda Kaye Warren. Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • Judy 
Paulette Watson, Etta; Liberal Arts. 



Second Row: 

• Dwight M. Watts, Jr., Columbus; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Nu. • Robert Eugene Watts, New Albany; Business; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • Robert Johnson Watts, Wiggins; Phar- 
macy. • Gerald L. Weeden, New Albany; Education. • 
John Nevin Weiss, Tappahannock, Va. ; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Webber D. Welborn, Jr., Hat- 
tiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



Third Row: 

• Elsie Grace Wells, Oxford; Education. • John Timothy 
Wells, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. • Mary Alice Welty, 
Jackson; Education; Chi Omega. • James A. Wester- 
held, Merigold ; Liberal Arts. • Paulette J. Whaley, Potts 
Camp; Education. • James Oden White, Carthage; Lib- 
eral Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Dotty Ann Wilkerson, Batesville; Education. • Martha 
Grace Wilkie, Charleston: Liberal Arts. • Charles A. Wil- 
kinson, Aliceville, Ala. ; Business. • Brenda Kay Willard, 
Myrtle; Education. • Amzie Thomas Williams, Philadel- 
phia; Business; Sigma Nu. • Joann Williams, Senatobia ; 
Education. 



Fifth Row: 

• John Davis Williams, Cleveland ; Pharmacy. • Larry 
Michael Williams, Fulton; Education. • Louise Anne Wil- 
liams, Hazelhurst; Pharmacy; Delta Gamma. • Richard 
Clifton Williams, Jackson: Business; Kappa Alpha. • Ed- 
ward Bruce Williston, Oxford; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Barry Lee Wilson, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal 
Arts. 



Sixth Row: 

• Joe Morgan Wilson, Cleveland ; Liberal Arts. • Le Dell 
Wilson, New Site; Liberal Arts. • Sonja June Wilson, 
San Antonio Texas; Business; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Wil- 
liam James Wilson, Wilkinsburg, Pa. ; Business. • Jane 
Elizabeth Windels, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Kay 
M. D. Windhamam, Ripley; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• Anita Sue Windsor, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • 
William Temple Winters, Jackson ; Business. • Richard 
Carl Wittorf, Jackson; Education: Beta Theta Pi. • E. 
Elizabeth Witty, Winona; Liberal Arts. • Ethel Davis 
Wood, Hollandale; Education; Chi Omega. • James Clark 
Woods, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Larry Arnold Woods, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • 
Janis Sue Woolly, Leland ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • Patricia Ann Worley, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Janis 
Elizabeth Worsham, Corinth ; Liberal Arts ; Delta Gam- 
ma. • Douglas Martin Wright, Amory; Business. • Robert 
Glenn Wright, Carrollton; Education; Kappa Alpha. 



Ninth Row: 

• Kenneth William Yerby, University; Business. • Lanora 
Jane Young, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Arthur Martin Zeidman, Cranston, R.I.; Liberal Arts. 

• Pat Anthony Zicarelli, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
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First Row: 

• Anthony Lawrence Abram, Avon Lake, Ohio; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Lemuel Garner Adams, Sum- 
mit; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • John Baker Aldridge, 
Greenwood; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Barry Glen 
Allen, Grenada; Business; Sigma Chi. • Beth Elaine Al- 
len, Indianola; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Lavenia Allen, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Second Row: 

• Susan Beth Alley, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Lauren Anders, Owensboro, Ky. ; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Judy Ann Anderson, Bolivar, 
Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. • Martha Jane Ander- 
son, Ripley ; Liberal Arts. • Robert Allen Anderson, Yazoo 
City; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Peter Van Arbuth- 
not, Clinton; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. 

Third Row: 

• Karen Lucille Atchley, Rolling Fork; Education; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Boyd P. Atkinson, Drew; Business; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Melvin Van Atkinson, Batesville; Liberal 
Arts. • Nicholas G. Augustus, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Psi. • Tillio John Avaltroni, Shelby; Liberal Arts. 

• Katherine Agnes Bailey, Lambert; Business; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 

Fourth Row: 

• Xandra Ann Baird, Birmingham, Ala. ; Business. • Linda 
Kay Baker, Aberdeen; Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Bonita Elaine Baldwin, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Joseph Baran, Jr., Scarsdale, N.Y. ; 
Business. • Suzanne Barham, Coldwater; Education. 

• Thomas Gordon Barnes, Greenville ; Business ; Kappa 
Alpha. 

Fifth Row: 

• Beryl Kaye Barrett, Yazoo City; Education. • Eugene 
Parker Barrett, Cruger; Engineering. • Marc Buren Bar- 
tels, Bogalusa, La. ; Business ; Beta Theta Pi. • James 
Olliney Batte, Huntsville, Ala. ; Liberal Arts. • Roderick 
Anderson Beard, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Elizabeth Alder Bell, Clarksdale; Education; Chi 
Omega. 

Sixth Row: 

• Susan Anne Bell, APO New York; Business; Kappa 
Delta. • Will Evan Bennett, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. • Vicki Elise Berry, Corinth; Education; 
Delta Gamma. • Elizabeth L. Biedenharn, Vicksburg; 
Education; Kappa Delta. • Harvey Dale Bien, Coldwater; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • Olivia Ann Bigger, Marion, 
Ark.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 

Seventh Row: 

• Jenny Lee Biggers, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Robert Conner Bills, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Harold S. Bishop, Columbus; Liberal Arts. • Wil- 
liam Lloyd Bishop, Columbus AFB ; Education; Phi Kap- 
pa Tau. • Judith Anne Bittle, Rockford, 111.; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Beta Phi. • Martha Frances Black, Hammond, La.; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

Eighth Row: 

• Barbara Christine Blair, Quitman, Education ; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Kenneth Leo Blandford, Louisville, Ky. ; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • James Gary Blauert, Ft. Stew- 
art, Ga. ; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Wanda Earle 
Boatright, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Julian Eugene Bog- 
gess, Columbus; Liberal Arts. • Eunice Faye Bolt, Corinth; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

Ninth Row: 

• Mary Grace Bookman, Bellaire, Texas; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • George Robert Booth, Vicksburg; Lib- 
eral Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Martin John Borchert, 
Jr., Little Rock, Ark.; Business. • Lee Hansell Borden, 
Okolona; Business; Kappa Alpha. • William Ross Bounds, 
Meridian; Business: Alpha Tau Omega. • John Brinkley 
Bouton, Germantown, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Tau. 

Tenth Row: 

• Charles Kenneth Bowden, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Tau. • Kit Hansell Bowen, Grenada; Liberal 
Arts. • Martha Burroughs Bowen, Memphis, Tenn. ; Lib- 
eral Arts; Chi Omega. • Mary Allen Bowen, McComb; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • John Larry Boyd, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. • Lanny Baxter Bradford, Jackson ; Engi- 
neering; Phi Kappa Psi. 




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First Row: 

• Betty Laura Brand, Houston; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • William Gary Brand, Bruce ; Engineering. 

• Mae Elizabeth Brannon, Charleston; Education; Delta 
Gamma. • Frank Xavier Braun, Kresson, N.J. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Beverly Anne Brisco, Tupelo; Education; Delta 
Gamma. • Marvin Earl Briscoe, Oxford; Business. 

Second Row: 

• Sandra Renee Broadhead, Sardis; Liberal Arts. • Sid- 
ney Brodofsky, Greenville ; Liberal Arts. • Janice Clyde 
Brooks, Marianna, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Charles Wood 
Broun, III, Lehigh AC, Fla. ; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Casserandia Brown, Pocahontas, Ark. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Deborah Irene Brown, Forest; Education; Kappa 
Delta. 

Third Row: 

• Fredda Jo Brown, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Nancy Lynn Brumfield, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Business; Alpha Delta Pi. • Edward Glenn Bryant, Jack- 
son, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Frederick Clinton 
Bryant, Greenville ; Liberal Arts. • Martha Ann Bryant, 
Holly Springs; Education. • Zetta Mae Bryant, Gulfport; 
Business; Kappa Delta. 

Fourth Row: , 

• Bruce Emmett Buchanan, Ruxton, Md. ; Education. 

• Frederic Albert Buchholz, Dade City, Fla. ; Education. 

• Mary E. Bufkin, Monticello; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Paula Ann Bullock, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

• Courtney Kathleen Bunn, Magee ; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Helen F. Burgin, Columbus; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. 

Fifth Row: 

• Pamela Adair Burgoyne, Homewood, III.; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Mary Ruth Burke, Jackson; Educa- 
tion. • Mary Paula Burney, Ackerman ; Liberal Arts. 

• Anne Burns, Starkville; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. 

• Sally Pegues Burson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Candy Kilgore Busby, Etta; Liberal 
Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

• Merle W. Butler, Coahoma; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Suzann Buzard, Moss Point; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • William Sterling Cain, Canton; Business; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • John Dale Caldwell, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • William Henry Caldwell, 
Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert 
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First Row: 

• Susan Baker Campbell, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • John William Canterbury, Jackson; Business. 

• Michael Lee Cantrell, Greer, S.C. ; Business. • Barry W. 
Carlisle, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Ernest 
Lewis Carothers, Taylor; Liberal Arts. • Stephen Alan 
Caruso, Clark, N.J. ; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. 

Second Row: 

• Anne Conway Cashman, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • Wil- 
liam Catlin, III, Jacksonville, Fla. ; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi. • James Barron Caulfield, Jr., Water Valley; Engi- 
neering; Alpha Tau Omega. • James H. Champion, Jr., 
Greenwood; Business; Sigma Nu. • Cheryl Sue Chism, 
Memphis, Tenn. ; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Cynthia 
Ann Chrestman, W. Helena, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. 

Third Row: 

• Dixie Jane Church, Hanahan, S.C, Liberal Arts. • James 
Stephen Chustz, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Mary Louise Cissna, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Melissa Lynn Clanton, Slate Spring; 
Liberal Arts. • Joe Howell Clark, Houston ; Pharmacy. 

• Ronald Hamilton Clark, Doddsville ; Liberal Arts: 
Sigma Chi. 

Fourth Row: 

• Stephen Paul Clary, Rantoul, 111.; Business; Phi Kappa 
Tau. • Trebie Kay Cobb, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Cathleen Nelson Coers, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Roxie Bonita Cohron, Utica; Education. • Wil- 
liam Harlow Coker, Clarksdale; Education. • Susan Cole, 
Philadelphia; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 

Fifth Row: 

• Ronald Glen Coleman, Jacksonville, 111. ; Education. 

• Constance Marie Collier, Brandon; Education; Delta 
Gamma. • Thomas Harris Collier, Brandon; Business; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Robert Kay Collins, Sikeston, Mo.; Busi- 
ness; Beta Theta Pi. • Malcolm Jefferson Commer, Jones- 
town; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Joan Harriet Conn, 
Jackson ; Liberal Arts ; Phi Mu. 

Sixth Row: 

• Pamela Jane Connor, Birmingham, Ala.; Education; Pi 
Beta Phi. • Thomas Matthew Connors, Newport News, 
Va. ; Liberal Arts. • Martha Sue Cook, Oxford; Educa- 
tion. • Peggy M. Cook, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Barney Lee Cooke, Metairie, La. ; Engineer- 
ing; Beta Theta Pi. • Kathy Ann Cooper, New Albany; 
Education: Delta Gamma. 

Seventh Row: 

• Merry Carole Cooper, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Sherman Taylor Cooper, Como; 
Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • John Quint Corban, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Arch McKennon 
Corley, Clarksdale; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Abby Ann Gotten, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• Hugh Ingram Cowsert, III, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. 

Eighth Row: 

• Barbara Ann Cox, Clarksdale; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Elizabeth Afton Cox, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Pi 
Beta Phi. • James Randall Cox, Corinth; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Jean Scott Cracraft, Helena, Ark. ; 
Liberal Arts. • Charlie J. Crews, Jr., New Albany; Lib- 
eral Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • John William Cromeans, Bel- 
mont; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 

Ninth Row: 

• Frances Victoria Cross, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Robert Clayton Crossley, Biloxi ; Lib- 
eral Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Joe Maynard Crudup, 
Meridian; Business. • Charles Floyd Crumby, Robinson- 
ville ; Business. • Vincent John Cuevas, Bay St. Louis; En- 
gineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • David Lee Cuicchi, Shaw; 
Business. 

Tenth Row: 

• Madalyn Cunningham, Louisville; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • Christopher Curran, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta. • John Melvin Currie, Jackson; Busi- 
ness. • William Chandler Cushman, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Chi. • James William Custer, Wilmette, 111.; Lib- 
eral Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. • Charlotte Ann Dabbs, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Daphne Lavern Dabbs, Mantachie ; Education; Delta 
Gamma. • Daphne Frances Dabrley, Gulfport ; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Arthur Daniel Dagostino, 
N. Cumberland, Pa. ; Liberal Arts. • Donna Leigh Dale, 
Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Robert Ten- 
nent Daniel, Birmingham, Ala.; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Gloria Sue Daniels, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Al- 
pha Delta Pi. 

Second Row: 

• Maurice Lary Daniels, Tupelo; Business. • Thomas Lee 
Daniels, Ripley, Tenn.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Tau. 

• John West Dannreuther, Anguilla ; Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. • John Charles Davis, Booneville ; Engineering. 

• Robert Lee Davis, Water Valley; Engineering. • Sandra 
Brown Davis, Spring Hill, Tenn.; Education. 

Third Row: 

• Paul Lloyd Dawes, Natchez; Engineering. • Daniel Ber- 
nard Deaton, Jackson; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Lisa 
Decker, Anderson, Ind. ; Education; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma. • Ronald David Demilio, Clarksdale ; Business; Kap- 
pa Sigma. • Thomas Howard Demoss, Tunica; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Susan Stewart Denham, 
Miss City; Liberal Arts. 

Fourth Row: 

• Deborah Lynn Dennis, Whittier, Calif. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Evalyn Deborah Dent, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Delta. • Charles Leslie Denton, Shelby; Business; 
Phi Delta Theta. • Arthur Aaron Derrick, III, Durant; 
Business. • Sidney Williams Derrick. Durant; Liberal Arts. 

• Deborah Lu Devaney, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education. 

Fifth Row: 

• Gary Gene Dickens, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Linda Jo 
Dickerson, Ladel, Ind.; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. • Don- 
ald Edward Dickey. Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • Linda 
Sue Dickson, Houston, Texas; Business. • Jimmy Gage 
Dobbs, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. • Sandra Jeanne 
Donahue, Jackson; Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Sixth Row: 

• Janet Dong, Tutwiler; Pharmacy. • Peter B. Douglas, 
Niagara Falls, N.Y. ; Liberal Arts. • Roy Edward Dove, 
New Orleans, La.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. • Thom- 
as Jefferson Dukes, Hattiesburg; Business; Sigma Nu. 

• Michael Eugene Dumas, Memphis, Tenn.: Engineering; 
Phi Kappa Psi. • Marsha Carol Duncan, Vicksburg; Edu- 
cation; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Seventh Row: 

• Rose Ann Duncan, New Albany; Education; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Sara Alice Duncan, Whiteville, Tenn.; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta. • Victoria Ann Duncan, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Education: Alpha Delta Pi. • Walton B. Dunn, 
Jr., Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • Andrea April Duprel, Green- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Robert David Dye, 
Tupelo; Liberal Arts. 

Eighth Row: 

• Barbara Jan Dyre, Grenada; Pharmacy; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Rachel Earhart, Tucker, Ark.; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Kathryn East, Tyronza, Ark. ; Educa- 
tion ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sallie R. Eaton, Sumrall; 
Education; Chi Omega. • Martha Anne Edmonson, Co- 
lumbus; Education; Chi Omega. • Susan Ellen Edring- 
ton, Osceola, Ark. ; Education ; Pi Beta Phi. 

Ninth Row: 

• Donna Allan Edwards, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• Kay E. Edwards, Kingsport, Tenn. ; Education ; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • William Hudson Edwards, Jr., Charleston, 
S.C. ; Liberal Arts. • William John Egan, Jr., Baton 
Rouge, La.: Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • Nancy Ann 
Egger, Drew; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • Susan Lee 
Einhaus, Jackson: Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. 

Tenth Row: 

• Karen Marlena Eisiminger, Alexandria, Va.; Educa- 
tion; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Judy Kaye Elam, Vicksburg; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Carolyn Edith Elliott, 
Oxford; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Mildred Teresa 
Ellis, Oxford; Pharmacy; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Miriam 
Helen Ellis, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • 
Nancy M. Ellis, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Delta Pi. 



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First Row: 

• Robert Byron Ellis, Jr., Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 

• Karen Rebecca Enochs, Jackson; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • John Charles Etheredge, Jackson ; Pharmacy. 

• Lenore Lewis Ethridge, Oxford; Education; Chi Omega. 

• Thomas Monroe Ethridge, Homewood, 111.; Business; 
Beta Theta Pi. • John David Evans, University; Liberal 
Arts. 



Second Row: 

• Marsha Lee Evans, Henderson, Ky. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Mary Ann Everhart, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Paula Di- 
ane Ewert, University; Liberal Arts. • Robert Harris 
Ezelle, Meridian ; Business. • Jeanne Jamison Fair, Louis- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Fred Arthur 
Farmer, Brandon ; Business. 



Third Row: 

• Perry Eugene Farnsworth, Los Angeles, Calif. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Deborah Jane Farragut, Lafayette Hill, Pa. ; Edu- 
cation. • Janis Lee Farris, Corinth; Business; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • James Michael Feldman, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. 

• Harvey Glenn Ferguson, Hernando; Business. • Suzan 
Lamb Ferguson, Independence; Liberal Arts. 



Fourth Row: 

• Jann Fitzgerald, Fayetteville, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Thomas Michael Flanary, University; Business; 
Sigma Pi. • James Wall Flanders, Chesapeake, Va. ; Edu- 
cation ; Sigma Pi. • James Raymond Flansburg, Hornell, 
N.Y. ; Engineering. • Suzanne Fletcher, Greenville; Edu- 
cation. • Joe Ernest Flippin, Coldwater; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Tau Omega. 



Fifth Row: 

• Mayecilla Ann Floyd, Downers Green, 111.; Education. 

• Susan Janette Ford, West Point; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • William Reynolds Ford, Jr., Kosciusko; Liberal 
Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Bradley Harold Fournier, Wolfe- 
boro, N.H. ; Business. • Hallie Hargrove Fowler, Shreve- 
port, La.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Steven 
Wayne Foxx, Greencastle, Ind. ; Pharmacy. 



Sixth Row: 

• David Barry Freeman, Oxford ; Business. • Deborah Sue 
Freeman, W. Memphis, Ark.; Education; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • Sandra Larue French, Ludlow, Pa., Education. • 
Jane D. Fuller, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Ray 
Albert Furr, Jr., Columbus; Liberal Arts. • William F. 
Furr, Aberdeen ; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• James Harry Gabriel, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Paula Louise Gaither, Jackson; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Gerald Hiram Gardner, Clarks- 
dale; Business; Kappa Sigma. • Howard Sharp Gary, 
Mendenhall ; Liberal Arts. • Chita Beasley Gaskin, Bir- 
mingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Peter Gee, University; Business. 



Eighth Row: 

• Jane Stewart George, Monticello; Education; Pi Beta 
Phi. • John T. Gibbs, Jr., Leland ; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• Jerry Michael Gilbreath, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Jean Kollen Gillander, Jacksonville, Fla. ; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Rieth Girod, Baton 
Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Marilyn 
Joyce Goad, Birmingham, Ala. ; Business. 



Ninth Row: 

• George Davis Gober, Okolona; Business. • Chauncey R. 
Godwin, Tupelo; Education. • Woodrow W. Golden, Hol- 
ly Springs; Liberal Arts: Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • James 
David Goodman, Shelby; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Edwin D. Goodnight, Crenshaw; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Rita Lane Goolsby, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. 



Tenth Row: 

• Sam Pinkney Gore, III, Natchez; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • Dewitt Love Graeber, Yazoo City; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Keith Austin Gragson, Belzoni ; 
Business; Kappa Alpha. • William David Graham, Bir- 
mingham, Ala.: Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Paul 
Richard Gray, New Albany; Business. • Wanda Carol 
Gray, Tuscumbia, Ala. ; Liberal Arts. 



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SOPHOMORES 

First Row: 

• Mildred L. Green, Benoit, Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

• Mary Marsha Greene, Sikeston, Mo.; Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • William G. Griesbeck, Memphis, Term.; 
Business. • Judy Carole Griffin, Vardaman; Education. 

• James Alan Grimes, Yazoo City; Business; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Stephen Lufkin Guyton, Kosciusko; Liberal 
Arts. 

Second Row: 

• Patricia Anne Hagan, Minter City; Liberal Arts. • James 
Emile Haik, Long Beach; Business; Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon. • Marilyn L. Hall, Hollandale ; Business. • William 
Larry Hall, Oxford; Business. • Craig Lawrence Hama- 
chek, Indianapolis, Ind. ; Business. • Sherry Lynn Hamil- 
ton, Gulfport; Education. 

Third Row: 

Claude Fields Haraway, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Al- 
pha Tau Omega. • John Fox Hardin, Calhoun City; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Eugene Peete Hardison, Jr., 
Senatobia; Liberal Arts. •William K. Harper, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Martha Ann Harrelson, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts. • F. Stephen Hartsfield, Talla- 
hassee, Fla. ; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

Fourth Row: 

• Timothy Clancy Harty, Tupelo; Business. • Jan Marie 
Harvey, Gulfport; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Hanley E. Hasseltine, Corinth: Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• John Cary Hatcher, Richmond, Va. ; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • Jane Dale Hawkins, Kosciusko; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega. • John Leonard Hawkins, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 

Fifth Row: 

• Susan Ann Hawkins, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu. • Carol Virginia Heathman, Indianola; Liberal 
Arts. • Michael Lee Hedges, Water Valley; Engineering. 

• Richard Roy Heen, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. • Nancy Carolyn Hemphill, Houston, Texas; 
Education. • Andrew Lee Henry, Baldwyn ; Engineering. 

Sixth Row: 

• Marianne Henson, Tullahoma, Tenn.; Business; Pi Beta 
Phi. • Mary Delle Herlong, Jackson ; Education ; Chi 
Omega. • Mary Lewis Herndon, Kingston Springs, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • James Ray Herring, Colum- 
bia; Business. • Barbara Jean Hester, Gulfport; Business: 
Kappa Delta. • James Lonnie Hicks, III, Laurel; Phar- 
macy; Beta Theta Pi. 





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First Row: 

• Daniel Leigh Hilsaheck, Pascagoula ; Liberal Arts. • Bar- 
bara Montez Hobbs, Natchez; Education. • Milton Dan- 
nelly Hobbs, Auburn, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • 
Lynn Barry Hodges, Calhoun City; Business. • Harry- 
Paul Hoffman, Oxford; Business. • Robert Murry Hogan, 
Jr., Brandon; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



Second Row: 

• David Tindall Holcomb, Biloxi ; Liberal Arts. • Michael 
Ray Holcomb, Tupelo; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Owen Holliday Holder, Corinth: Business; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Susan Eileen Holler, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. ; 
Education. • Freddie Wayne Hollis, Rosedale; Education; 
Phi Delta Theta. • Brenda Joyce Holmes, Baldwyn ; Lib- 
eral Arts. 



Third Row: 

• Charles David Holmes, Canton; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Jean Barksdale Holmes, Yazoo City; Educa- 
tion; Delta Delta Delta. • Tillie Cherite Hood, Sena- 
tobia ; Education. • Danny Lane Hooker, Pontotoc; Busi- 
ness. • Ann Ricks Hoover, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. • Les- 
lie B. Hoover, III, Madisonville, Ky. ; Business. 



Fourth Row: 

• Michael Norton Horlock, Long Beach ; Liberal Arts. 

• Nancy Louise Houchins, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Steven Kent Howell, Grenada; Engineering; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • Harriett H. Howser, Gallatin, Tenn. ; 
Education ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Sharon Wynne 
Howze, Sledge; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Mary Lawrence 
Hughes. Arlington, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. 



Fifth Row: 

• Morella Jane Hughes, Charleston; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Cheryl W. Hungerford, Tunica; Liberal Arts. 

• Donna Lynn Hungerford, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Leah Jo Hurdle, Collierville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

• Charles Logan Hussey, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Rosemary Hyde, Grenada; Busi- 
ness. 



Sixth Row: 

• Mikie Joe Inmon, Toccopola; Pharmacy. • Ronnie Le- 
vern Isaac, Cleveland; Engineering. • Charlotte C. Jack- 
son, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Lucy Kate Jackson, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Malcolm Allen Jackson, Jr., 
New Albany; Business; Sigma Chi. • Mary Alice Jackson, 
Oxford ; Liberal Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Thomas M. Jacobs, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • Charles 
Edward James, Jr., Natchez; Education. • Joe James, 
Lucedale; Education. • William Lawrence Jaquith, Whit- 
field; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Jerry Cloyce Jef- 
coat. Sunflower; Business. • William Perrin Jenkins, Hol- 
landale; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Eighth Row: 

• Lizabeth Jean Jetton, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Jean Wing Joe, Clarksdale, 
Pharmacy. • Patrick Hayes Johnson, Jr., Jackson ; Busi- 
ness. • William R. Johnson. Fairhope, Ala. ; Business. 

• George Johnston, Jr., Clarksdale; Business. • Charles 
Lester Joiner, Jr., Greenwood; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Christopher Riddell Jones, Inverness; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Edward Alan Jones, Jackson; Business; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Michael Aven Jones, Coffeeville; 
Business. • Van Randall Jones, Lawrence; Business. • Bar- 
bara Louise Jordan, Hazlehurst : Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Sandra Jean Jordan, Miami, Fla.; Liberal Arts. 



Tenth Row: 

• Terry Leland Jordan, Philadelphia; Business. • Walter 
Allen Jordan, Madisonville, Ky. ; Engineering. • Thomas 
Joseph Joseph, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Judith Fay Joyner, Tupelo; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Pamela Kay Juchheim, Grenada; Liberal Arts. 

• Sharon Rose Jumonville, Biloxi ; Liberal Arts. 



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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Frances Kayc Junkin, Natchez; Education; Delta Gam- 
ma. • Kenneth Lee Kauerz, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Sarah Eliz Kellum, Hollandale; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Sandra Kelsey, Collierville, 
Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. • Linda Faye Kelso, 
Dorsey; Education. • Margaret Karel Kendall, Kosciusko; 
Liberal Arts. 



Second Row: 

• Betty Kay Kennedy, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta 
Phi. • Judith Ann Kilgore, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • Brenda 
Gail Kimbrough, Tupelo; Education; Alpha Delta Pi. 

• Elizabeth Rivers King, Jackson; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Katherine Cecile King, Oxford; Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Leslie Darnell King, Greenville; Liberal 
Arts. 



Third Row: 

• Richard Moore King, Jr., Chester, Va. ; Education. 

• Judy Ann Kitchens, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. • Mary B. Knott, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Nancy Repps Knox, Trenton, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Rickey Arvard Koon, Macon; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Chi. • Paul Igor Kosko, Tallmadge, Ohio; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 



Fourth Row: 

• Frank Richard Kuhn, Tampa, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. • Lin- 
da Louise Labhart, Jackson ; Education. • Hershel Otho 
Ladner, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • 
Linda Ann Lair, Sfield Montreal, Canada; Business; • 
Paul Andrew Landry, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Susan Kathryn Langdon, Oxford ; Liberal Arts ; 
Phi Mu. 



Fifth Row: 

• Thomas Joseph Langmesser, Chicago, 111.; Liberal Arts; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Beatrice Mae Langston, Ft. Walton 
Beach, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. • William Frank Lapolla, Green- 
ville, R.I.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Lisa Eliza- 
beth Larson, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Bonnie Fontaine Lassetter, Hazlehurst; 
Education. • Dorothy Sue Latimer, Okolona; Education; 
Kappa Delta. 



Sixth RoWf- 

• Jane Lauderdale, Nashville, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Loran Lee Laughlin, Louisville, Ky. ; Busi- 
ness ; Alpha Tau Omega. • Lynda Grace Lavers, Green- 
wood; Liberal Arts. • Demetra Illene Lawrence, Etta; 
Liberal Arts. • Daisy Diella Lee, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. 

• Mary Bendella Lee, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. 

Seventh Row: 

• Judy Claire Leech, Oxford; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• Harry Cole Leeper, Jr., University; Engineering. • Geor- 
gia K. Lemon, Jackson, Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Annie Eliz Lewellen, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. • Linnie Belle Liggins, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Rich- 
ard Allen Little, Raleigh; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



Eighth Row: 

• Aaron Lee Loden, Dorsey, Business. • Mark Brinson 
Loflin, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Ann 
Lokey, Amarillo, Texas; Liberal Arts. • William Niles 
Lovelady, Oxford ; Business ; Sigma Chi. • James Otis 
Lovell, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Richard Byrd Lucas, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. 

Ninth Row: 

• Connie Jo Luckett, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • 
Lucretia Anne Luckett, Clarksdale ; Education ; Chi 
Omega. • William Hamilton Luft, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

• Dianne Lyons, Biloxi ; Liberal Arts. • Patricia Anne Mc- 
Cabe, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Bobbie Ed 
McCants, Moss Point; Liberal Arts. 

Tenth Row: 

• Charlotte L. McCauley, Hickory Flat; Education. • Har- 
vey W. McClung, Jr., Tunica; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 

• Charles Edward McCool, Louisville; Pharmacy; Delta 
Psi. • Annette McCool, Calhoun City; Education. • Pey- 
ton Hugh McCool, Noxapater; Engineering; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Roselyn Scott McCord ; Columbus; Education; 
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First Row: 

• James Shelby McCullar, Batesville ; Business. • Judy 
Clarene McDougal, Winona; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Bet- 
ty Mann McDowell, Flora; Education; Alpha Omic/on Pi. 

• Ronald Wayne McElroy, Clarksdale; Business; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Carl Anthony McGee, Brookhaven; Edu- 
cation. • James A. McGraw, Yazoo City; Business; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. 

Second Row: 

• Madalyn Kay McHarg, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Margaret V. Mcllwain, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

• Leslie Ann Mclntyre, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Roberta Haynes McKay, Education. • Gwen 
Anne McKee, Indianola; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• Norton Guyton McKeigney, Jackson; Business; Sigma 
Chi. 

Third Row: 

• Daniel Thomas McKessy, Boca Raton, Fla. ; Business; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Eugene B. McLaurin, Oxford; Lib- 
eral Arts; Sigma Chi. • Michael Martin McMaster, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Jennie 
Wright McMath, Isola; Education. • Susan Elizabeth 
McNamee, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Janet Elizabeth McNeely, Natchez; Liberal Arts. 

Fourth Row: 

• Sherry Ann McNeer, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Carroll D. McQueen, Jr., Birmingham, 
Ala.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Susanne Mc- 
Quigg, E. Aurora, N.Y. ; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• Pamela A. Madsen, Homewood, 111.; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Joe Harvey Magee, Tylertown ; Business. 

• William Thomas Magee, Gulfport; Education. 

Fifth Row: 

• Miriam Lane Malone, Athens, Ala.; Education; Chi 
Omega. • William Pickett Maloney, Audubon, N.J. ; En- 
gineering. • Constance Lue Mann, Centralia, 111.; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Patricia Dawn Mann, 
Greenville; Education; Kappa Delta. • Ronald Joseph 
Mann, Centralia, 111.; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • Van 
Russell Manning, Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Sixth Row: 

• Robert Alvin Maples, Millington, Tenn.; Business; 
Kappa Sigma. James Brett Marshall, Gulfport; Liberal 
Arts. • Frank G. Martin, Summit; Liberal Arts. • Berlon 
Michael Mauldin, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Charles Gregory 
Maxey, Clarksdale; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • James 
Douglas May, Meridian ; Education. 




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SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Betty Ruth Mcacham, North Miami, Fla.; Education; 
Phi Mu. • Paula Meek, Monroe, La.; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Marilyn Old Mercer, Dallas, Texas; Educa- 
tion; Delta Delta Delta. • Jack Floyd Meyer, Duquoin, 
111.; Liberal Arts. • Mary Jane Miers, Dallas, Texas; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Cynthia Jane Miller, 
Brookhaven ; Business. 



Second Row: 

• Everett Joe Miller, Leakesville; Education. • Martha 
Brandon Miller, Nashville, Tenn. ; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• David Webster Mills, Batesville; Business; Phi Kappa 
Tau. • Mildred Louise Milner, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; 
Chi Omega. • Jeffrey Clement Minor, Jackson ; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Reggie Dale Mobley, Fulton; 
Liberal Arts. 

Third Row: 

• James Michael Moher, Nashua, N.H.; Liberal Arts. 
» Jo Ann Monteith, Dallas, Texas; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Calvin Wells Montgomery, Inverness; 
Liberal Arts. • Edmund Warren Montgomery, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Georgianna Montgomery, 
Yazoo City; Education. • Henderson A. Moore, III, Hat- 
tiesburg; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Fourth Row: 

• Linda Moore, Jackson, Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Rich- 
ard Wayne Morgan, Las Vegas, Nev. ; Liberal Arts. • Hal 
Chase Moss, University; Engineering. • Lillian Moy, Her- 
nando; Liberal Arts. • Michael Mubarak, Amman, Jor- 
dan ; Liberal Arts. • Rebecca Merle Murphy, Baldwyn ; 
Education. 



Fifth Row: 

• Claudia Dean Muth, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • Rob- 
ert Leon Myers, New Albany; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Cathrine Nance, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Elizabeth Anne Nappier, Raleigh, N.C. ; Business. 

• Shelby Thomas Nassar, Clarksdale; Business; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Antoinette Earle Neely, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

• Mary Anne Neely, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Russell New- 
ton Neely, Shreveport, La.; Education; Kappa Sigma. 

• Thomas Dean Neely, Jr., Burlington, Wise; Business; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Eva Lillian Neill, Greenwood; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. • Samuel W. Neill, Leland ; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma. • Lura Jean Netherton, Jackson ; Liberal 
Arts. 



Seventh Row: 

• Margaret Anne Nettles, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Michelle G. Nichols, Wayland, Mass. ; Education. • Don- 
nell Jerome Nickens. Denmark; Engineering. • Anne 
O'Neill Norman, New Albany; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• Charles Wright Northern, Jackson; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • James Larry Nowlin, W. Memphis, Ark. ; Educa- 
tion ; Beta Theta Pi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Richard S. Oakley, Senatobia; Education; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Laura Ann Okeefe, Clarksdale; Business. • Da- 
vid Julian Oleary, Greenville. SO; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • Charles Jerry Oliver, Jackson; Business. 

• Charles Snow Omara, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Van Dale Ostermick, Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Larry Eugene Oswalt, Forrest City, Ark.; Education. 

• Joseph Sam Owen, Gulfport ; Education. • Shirley Ann 
Page, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • Thomas D. Paine, Atlanta, 
Ga. ; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Joyce Anne Pardue, St. 
Louis, Mo. ; Education ; Zeta Tau Alpha. • David C. Par- 
ish, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts. 

Tenth Row: 

• Beverly Jane Parker, W. Helena, Ark.; Education. • 
Dabney Terrell Parker, Rosedale ; Liberal Arts. • William 
Eugene Passera, New Orleans, La. ; Liberal Arts. • Jane 
Patterson, Tupelo; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Patricia Lola Patterson, Pensacola, Fla.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Victoria Paul, Laurel; Liberal 
Arts. 



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• Linda Jewell Peacher, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • Wilmer 
P. Pennebaker, Jr., Crawfordsville, Ark.; Business. • Rob- 
ert Houston Perry, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • George Nick Peters, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. 

• Terry Don Pieralisi, Leland ; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • William C. Pinkston, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Tau. 

Second Row: 

• Rachel Ann Pitcher, Baton Rouge, La.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Robert Michael Pitner, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • William 
Claude Pittman, Greenwood ; Business. • Mary Evelyn 
Poates, Clinton; Liberal Arts. • Mitchell E. Poole, Rich- 
mond, Va.; Business; Phi Kappa Tau. • Mary Lamar 
Poovey, Tie Plant; Business; Phi Mu. 



Third Row: 

• Phyllis Patricia Powell, Forest Park, 111.; Education. 

• Arthur Alexander Preston, Aberdeen; Business; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • Charlotte Ann Price, Chattanooga, Tenn.; 
Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi. • John Lewis Price, Vicks- 
burg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Marilyn Lee 
Price, Vicksburg; Education. • Donna Maria Ptak, Ox- 
ford ; Business. 

Fourth Row: 

• Susan Waldrop Puckett, Morton; Education. • Eileen 
Quon, Hernando; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Newell Rack- 
ley, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. • Janet Doro- 
thy Rae, Birmingham, Ala. ; Education. • Theodore 
Hughes Rainey, Jr., Ripley; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon. • Larry Guy Rea, Philadelphia ; Liberal Arts ; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. 

Fifth Row: 

• A. J. Reed, Jr., Gallatin, Tenn.; Education. • Anton 
E. Reel, III, Brookhaven ; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Wesley Reese, Birmingham, Ala.; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Kenneth Harlan Reid, Olive 
Branch; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Patsy Darlene 
Reifers, Okolona; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • William Her- 
man Rigby, Jr., Kosciusko; Engineering. 

Sixth Row: 

• Aaron Nickey Ring, W. Memphis, Ark.; Liberal Arts. 

• Rian Ringsrud, Deadwood, S.D. : Business; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • William L. Roach, Jr., Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Anne E. B. Robbins, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Dennis Lee 
Roberts, Pascagoula ; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • Charles 
Ray Robertson, Jr., Meridian; Liberal Arts. 

Seventh Row: 

• Sidney A. Robinson, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Stewart Robison, Hamilton; Business; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • James Donald Rogers, Carroll, Ohio; Engi- 
neering. • Bettina Ann Rowe, Homewood, 111.; Education; 
Delta Gamma. • Ben Lockett Royce, Isola; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Victoria Leah Rueseler, Cape Gi- 
rardeau, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

Eighth Row: 

• Ardis Defrance Russell, Yazoo City; Business. • Nanette 
May Russell, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• Wallace Howard Russell, Yazoo City; Business. • Mary 
Frances Rutledge, Pontotoc ; Liberal Arts. • Joseph K. 
Saad, Jr., Clarksdale; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Deborah 
A. Salerno, Oxford ; Education. 

Ninth Row: 

• Andrew McMullen Sampson, Jackson; Business. • Janie 
Aileen Sanders, Oxford; Education. • Melanie L. Sanders, 
Vaiden; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Elise Sanford, 
Anna, 111.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Paul Eugene 
Sapoch, Jr., Jackson ; Pharmacy. • Robert Bruce Saun- 
ders, Mississippi City; Liberal Arts. 

Tenth Row: 

• Stephen Alexander Saway, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Theta. • Melody Scott, Hernando; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Nancy Lee Scott, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Education; Phi Mu. • Isabelle Alfsen Scurry, Dallas, 
Texas; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Sandra Seale, 
Monroe, La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Frederick 
Taylor Searcy, Brandon ; Liberal Arts. 



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First Row: 

• William H. Searight, Jackson; Business; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Rodger C. Sears, Atlanta, 111.; Business. • Kathy Kil- 
patrick Senter, Fulton; Education. • Thomas Graden Sen- 
ter, Jr., Fulton; Pharmacy. • Suzan Lynn Settlemire, Mt. 
Vernon, III.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Mary Millicent 
Shannon, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



Second Row: 

• Harry Carter Sharp, Miami, Fla. ; Business; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • Ben Ellis Sheely, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Sharon Agnes Shelton, Memphis, Tenn. ; Educa- 
tion ; Phi Mu. • Susan Marlene Shipley, Vicksburg; Lib- 
eral Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Michael Earl Shumaker, 
Jackson; Business. • Harold R. Sides, Kosciusko; Business; 
Beta Theta Pi. 



Third Row: 

• June Gail Sims, Louin; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Richard Sipos, Stuart, Fla. ; Engineering. • Michele M. 
Sisson, Mayfield, Ky. ; Education. • Deborah Carol Slade, 
Oxford; Education. • Anne L. Slaughter, Silver City; 
Business; Delta Delta Delta. • Garry Dale Smith; Water 
Valley; Liberal Arts. 



Fourth Row: 

• Girlender Smith, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • James Wood 
Smith, Greenwood; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • Larry Al- 
fred Smith, Pascagoula; Business; Sigma Nu. • Linda 
Kathleen Smith, Grenada; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• Mary Katherine Smith, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • Rob- 
ert Daniel Smith, Oxford; Engineering. 



Fifth Row: 

• Ronald Jeffrey Smith, Berkeley Heights, N.J. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Thomas Earl Smith, Cleburne, Texas; Education. 

• Vicki Jeane Smith, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • Wil- 
liam Doyle Smothers, Tupelo; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Hilda Joyce Sneed, Thaxton; Education. • Susan Sneed, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 



Sixth Row: 

• Jaclyn J. Spangerberg, Jacksonville, 111. ; Education. 

• Michael David Speed, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Phoebe Loche Spencer, Port Gibson ; Education ; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Paul Anthony Spina, Birmingham, Ala. ; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Tau. • Wade Nelson Spruill, 
Greenwood ; Liberal Arts. • Kathleen Eliz Squires, Jack- 
son ; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 



Seventh Row: 

• Terry R. Standridge. Marianna, Ark. ; Engineering. 

• Nancy Stasiak, Dayton, Ohio; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Margaret Frances Steen, Abbeville, La.; Education; Al- 
pha Delta Pi. • James R. Stokes, Jackson; Business. • Rich- 
ard David Stokes, Jr., Evansville, Ind.; Engineering; Al- 
pha Tau Omega. • B. Jean Stone, University; Education. 



Eighth Row: 

• Eugene Carroll Stone, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Charles 
Wilhelm Streicher, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Claudine Strickland, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. • Patricia Ann Strick- 
land; Laurel; Liberal Arts. • Lonnie Shepherd Stricklin, 
Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • Thomas Jackson Stubbs, Holly 
Springs: Business; Kappa Sigma. 



Ninth Row: 

• Elizabeth Watson Sugg, West Point; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Kenneth Gerald Sullivan, Jackson; Business; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Thomas James Sullivan, Savanna, 
111.; Business. • Garry Wright Summerford, Fulton; Busi- 
ness. • Gloria Lynne Summers, Kosciusko; Education. 

• Scott Conway Swaney, Holly Springs : Liberal Arts ; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



Tenth Row: 

• Sharon Rajean Tallant, Jackson ; Business. • Paula Tam- 
berlain Tardy, Lexington ; Liberal Arts. • Roger Dees 
Tate, Jr.. Columbus; Liberal Arts. • F. Wayne Taylor, 
Oxford; Business. • Merry Gail Temple. Meadville; Lib- 
eral Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Nancy G. Teneyck, Laurel: 
Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



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First Row: 

• Eloise L. Tenney, Grenada; Education; Chi Omega. 

• George Philip Terrebonne, Metairie, La.; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Kappa Theta. • Antoinette L. Terrell, Baton Rouge, 
La.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. • Elizabeth Ann Teunisson, 
Greenville; Education; Delta Gamma. • Stephen Lee 
Thomas, Richmond, Va. ; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. • Susan Wyatt Thomas, Michigan City; Education; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Second Row: 

• Donna Susan Thompson, Richmond, Va. ; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Beta Phi. • Terry Keith Thrash, Jackson; Business; 
Phi Kappa Tau. • Trudy Tidwell, West Point; Liberal 
Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Larry Jaubert Tillman, Mt. 
Holly, N.J. ; Liberal Arts. • Deborah Ann Timmins, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Helen Lor- 
raine Tindall, Indianola; Education; Chi Omega. 

Third Row: 

• Michael Carl Todaro, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Garey 
Maurice Trahan, Biloxi; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Linda Lee Tribble, Charleston ; Education ; Phi Mu. 

• Joyce Deland Tubb, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• Roger McKay Tubbs, Oxford ; Engineering. • Murry 
Tumey, Greenville; Pharmacy. 

Fourth Row: 

• Mary Lynn Turner, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Robert Michael Tyner, Clarksdale 
Business; Phi Delta Theta. • Georgia Diane Tyson, Wash 
ington ; Education. • Gail Lee Valecka, Glenview, 111. 
Liberal Arts. • Sandor N. Varadi, University; Educa 
tion. • Teresa Mai Vaughn, Nashville, Tenn. ; Education 
Chi Omega. 

Fifth Row: 

• Cynthia Gay Vincent, Martin, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Susan Vincent, Marks; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Gary Clayton Voyles, Walnut; Busi- 
ness. • John Tracy Wade, Jackson; Engineering; Sigma 
Nu. • Mary Sue Wade, Hollandale ; Education; Pi Beta 
Phi. • Michael Douglas Wade, Memphis, Tenn. ; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Sixth Row: 

• Charles Ray Waggoner, Carthage; Business; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Karen Blythe Walcott, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Ben Walker, Tribbett; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Judy Ann Wallace, Dallas, Texas; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Carol Lynn Waller, Oxford ; Liberal 
Arts. • Gail Frances Walsh, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. 

Seventh Row: 

• Betty Jo Wampler, Ft. Pierce, Fla.; Business; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • John Michael Wann, Madison; Education. 

• Connie Laine Wardlaw, Batesville; Education. • Libby 
Sue Watkins, Meridian; Education; Delta Gamma. • Eliz- 
abeth Simmons Watts, Montgomery, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marian Kay Webster, Marianna, Ark. ; 
Education. 

Eighth Row: 

• John P. Welborn, Morganfield, Ky. ; Education. • Susan 
Marie Weldon, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Erskine Watkins Wells, Jr., Jackson; Business; Delta 
Psi. • Keith Wade Welsh, Springfield, Mo.; Education. 

• Sidney Everett West, Batesville ; Liberal Arts. • James 
Whatley, Drew; Business: Kappa Alpha. 

Ninth Row: 

• Donald E. Whetstine, Clinton, S.C.; Business. • Craig 
Michael White, Marvell, Ark. ; Business. • David Lees 
White, Point Washington, N.Y. ; Engineering; Phi Kappa 
Tau. • Janie White, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Katherine Lynn White, Memphis, Tenn.; Educa- 
tion; Pi Beta Phi. • Mary Temple White, Toccopola; 
Education. 

Tenth Row: 

• Nancy Jean Whitten, Tupelo; Education; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Thomas Edward Whitten, Hernando; Engineer- 
ing. • Donald Anthony Wiater, Morrisville, Pa. ; Educa- 
tion; Sigma Pi. • Elaine Carol Wilcox, Greenville; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • David Eugene Wilder, Me- 
ridian; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • John Kenneth Wil- 
kinson, Pelahatchie; Business; Kappa Alpha. 




SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Anne Elizabeth Williams, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Betty 
Alice Williams, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • David Owen Williams, Bay St. Louis; Liberal 
Arts. • Dorothy Shirley Williams, Jackson; Education; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Helen F. Williams, Daytona Beach, 
Fla.; Education. • Martha Jane Williams, Corinth; Edu- 
cation. 

Second Row: 

• Murray L. Williams, Jr., Greenville; Business. • Robert 
R. Williams, Jr., Walnut; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon. • Woodrow Calvin Williams, Jackson, Tenn. ; Busi- 
ness. • James Kenneth Williamson, Kosciusko; Pharmacy. 

• Cassandra Jane Wilson ; Meridian ; Liberal Arts ; Phi 
Mu. • James Arntson Wilson, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. 

Third Row: 

• Wanda C. Wilson, Metairie, La.; Liberal Arts. • Ron- 
ald Ervin Windham. Ellisville ; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Tau. • Alton Eugene Windsor, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Eugene John Wing, Jonestown; Busi- 
ness. • Bobby Ray Winstead, Canton; Education. • Rich- 
ard Lew Winther, Waterloo, Iowa; Education. 

Fourth Row: 

• John Robert Winthrop, Duquoin, 111.; Education; Sigma 
Pi. • Ralph S. Winton, Sulligent, Ala.; Business; Phi 
Kappa Tau. • Mark Wise, Mound Bayou ; Engineering. 

• Thomas Mark Wofford, Slate Spring; Engineering; Phi 
Kappa Theta. • Patricia Louise Womble, Water Valley; 
Business. • Eddie Taw Woo, Inverness; Education. 

Fifth Row: 

• Genevieve Williams Wood, Decatur, Ala. ; Education. 

• Janet Wood, Greenville, S.C. ; Education. • George 
Franklin Woodliff. Jackson; Business; Beta Theta P^. 

• James Arthur Woods, Tunica; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Thomas Jefferson C. Woods, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts. • Victoria L. Worthington, Evansville, Ind.; Liberal 
Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

• Eddy Howard Wright, Bruce; Engineering. • Pamela Jo 
Wright, Huntsville, Ala.; Education; Phi Mu. • Jere La- 
mar Yates, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • 
Margaret Gaines Yates, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Bettie Rene Young, Waynesboro; Education; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Paula G. Young, Caruthersville, Mo. ; 
Education. 



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First Row: 

William Sellers Abbey, Clarksdale ; Business. • Wilbur 

Murrah Abernethy, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• Anna Fleming Adams, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. • Jill Leslie Adams, Clearwater, Fla. ; Education. 

• Robert Terry Alexander, Oxford; Engineering; Delta 
Psi. • Glenda Joy Alford, McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. 



Second Row: 

• Patti Clark Alford, McComb; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Merilyn Victoria Allen, Columbus; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • Paula Ann Alsworth, West Memphis, Ark.; Edu- 
cation. • Julia Pearl Alvarez, Greenville; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Michael Lee Amoded, Tupelo; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Jannelle Marlene Anders, Education. 

Third Row: 

• Phyllis Ann Anderson, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Robert 
Emmett Anderson, Corinth ; Liberal Arts. • Stanley T. 
Arceneaux, Jackson; Education. • George F. Archer, 
Greenville; Liberal Arts. • Jane Dianne Arnett, Oxford; 
Education. • Charles Winnick Ashley, Jackson; Business. 

Fourth Row: 

• John Ray Atkinson, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Paula Axley, England, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Thomas Grant Ayres, Rockville, Ind.; Pharmacy; Kap- 
pa Sigma. • Walter Wilbert Bachman, Terre Haute, Ind.; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Barbara Lynn Bailey, 
Leeds, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • Malcolm Douglas Bailey, 
Lambert; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Fifth Row: 

• Arthur F. Bakeler, Slidell, La. ; Liberal Arts. • Belinda 
Sheryll Baker, Indianola; Education. • Arthur D. Balch, 
Pass Christian, Miss. ; Business. • Jo Ann Baldwin, Pon- 
totoc ; Business. • Janice Sue Barbazon, Germantown, 
Tenn.; Education. • Lynda Lea Barbour, Clardsdale; 
Education; Pi Beta Phi. 



Sixth Row: 

• George Spencer Barnes, Jr., Columbus; Liberal Arts. • 
James Carl Barrett, Tupelo; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• George Ludwig Barthel, III, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • 
Ellen Gertrude Bath, Natchez; Business. • Helen Olivette 
Bath, Natchez; Business. • Greer Allene Batson, Grenada; 
Education; Kappa Delta. 

Seventh Row: 

• John Carlisle Batte, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Lewis William Bays, Jr., Cleveland ; Business. • David 
Hazard Beard, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • 
Martha Anne Bearden, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Alan Mark Becker, Ft. Pierce, Fla. ; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. • Charlotte Lynn Beckett, Bruce; 
Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Pamela Jane Bedgood, Jackson; Business; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Arthur C. Benson, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Kenneth Kevin Beyer, McLean, 
Va.; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Charles S. Bidgood, 
Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Daniel Mar- 
tin Birdwell, Hollow Rock, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Eric 
Carlton Blackwood, Baton Rouge, La.; Business; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. 

Ninth Row: 

• Holbert D. Blair. Hattiesburg: Business. • Marilyn 
Blakeslee, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • Sandra K. 
Bloodworth, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • 
Charles B. Blount, Hattiesburg; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Sharon Ann Blount, Decatur; Liberal Arts. • Mary Bell 
Bobb, Vicksburg: Education; Chi Omega. 

Tenth Row: 

• Charles Reynolds Boisseaw, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Lib- 
eral Arts; Sigma Pi. • Susan Garner Boone, Jackson, 
Tenn.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • James Michael 
Booth, Vicksburg; Engineering; Phi Kappa Theta. • 
Suclen Margaret Booth, Vicksburg; Education; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Ann Miller Bowen, Dyersburg, Tenn.; 
Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Bonnie Lois Bowen, Ox- 
ford; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. 



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First Row: 

• Janie Lynn Bowie, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • 
Susan Carolyn Boyd, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William Slone Boyd, III, Laurel; 
Liberal Arts. • Monica Joy Bramblett, Nashville, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts. • Gay Lawler Bramlett, Bobo ; Education; 
Chi Omega. • Leslie Juanita Brandon, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. 

Second Row: 

• Grace Marian Braun, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Robert Kenneth Brcnnan, Flossmoor, 
111.; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Sandra Lynn Brewer, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Joseph A. Bridewell, Hazelhurst ; 
Business; Kappa Sigma. • Thad Sharon Bridges, Monti- 
cello; Education. • Sue Bright, Tylertown; Liberal Arts. 

Third Row: 

• Dovotie Ward Brister, Grenada; Pharmacy: Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Dennis Edwin Britt, Chanquinola, Panama; 
Liberal Arts. • Bonnie Broadfoot, Chapel Hill, N.C. ; Edu- 
cation; Alpha Delta Pi. • James Murray Brock, Jr., Mc- 
Comb; Liberal Arts. • Betty Lynn Brommer, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Education. • Robert Doug Brotherton, New Al- 
bany ; Business. 

Fourth Row: 

• Beverly Thomson Brown, Alexandria, La.; Liberal Arts 
Pi Beta Phi. • Rebecca Ann Browne, Oxford; Business 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • Deborah Yvonne Bruce, Ashland 
Liberal Arts. • Patricia R. Brumfield, McComb ; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Mary Elizabeth Bryant, University; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Olen C. Bryant, Jr., Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Fifth Row: 

• Harriette Ann Bryson, New Albany; Business; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Ann Wailes Buchanan, Vicksburg; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. • Helen Victoria Buchanan, Holly Springs; 
Liberal Arts: Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Carolyn Buckner, 
Vicksburg; Education; Phi Mu. • Robert S. Buffington, 
Virginia Beach, Va. ; Business. • Sandra Ann Bufkin, 
Clinton; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

Sixth Row: 

• Nan Elizabeth Buford, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Elizabeth Susan Bullock, Jackson; Business; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Larry Hugh Bunch, Oxford; En- 
gineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • John Davis Burk, 
Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. • Jerry Clark Burnett, Tupelo; 
Business; Sigma Chi. • Barbara J. Burnham, Clarksdale ; 
Liberal Arts: Delta Delta Delta. 

Seventh Row: 

• Mary Eston Burson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Pamela Butts, Laurel ; Liberal Arts 
Delta Delta Delta. • Walter Redding Byrd, Jackson 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Mary Wallace Cain, Jack- 
son; Liberal Arts. • George William Caldwell, Houston; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Carl Benjamin Campbell. 
Hopkinsville, Ky. ; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

Eighth Row: 

• Jane Ellen Carlson, Arlington, Va. ; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Chan Susan Carman, Jackson: Liberal 
Arts. • Joseph Niehert Carpenter, Natchez ; Business ; 
Kappa Sigma. • Candace Moore Carroll, Greenwood: 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Vincent J. Castigliola, Pas- 
cagoula ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Susan S. 
Chamberlin, Millington. Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

Ninth Row: 

• Sylvia Jean Chamblee. Greenwood; Business; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Cameron Chapman, Yazoo City ; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Marguerite R. Cheairs, Gren- 
ada; Business; Kappa Delta. • Deborah Ann Chennault, 
Jackson ; Education ; Chi Omega. • Barbara Lorraine 
Cherry, Winchester, 111.; Education. • James William 
Chiles, Osceola, Ark. ; Business. 

Tenth Row: 

• Martin Kirk Chryst, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Beverly 
Jean Clark, Starkville ; Liberal Arts. • Frances Carlisle 
Clark, West Point; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Rob- 
ert Elish? Clark. Natchez; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. 

• Sheryl Leslie Clark, Pass Christian, Miss.; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Beta Phi. • Susan Jay Clark, Bay St. Louis; Liberal 
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First Row: 

• Teresa Rosemary Clark, Iuka; Education. • Marvin 
Bradford Cleage, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • John Daniel Cleveland, Jackson; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • Thomas Jefferson Cloar, Earl, Ark. ; En- 
gineering; Sigma Nu. • Stephen Collins Clouse, Larch- 
ment, N.Y. ; Education ; Sigma Pi. • James Filo Coats, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 

Second Row: 

• Theodore Kirk Coburn, Hinsdale, 111.; Business; Sigma 
Pi. • Carolyn Cole, Bolivar, Tenn.; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • Kathleen B. Coleman, Memphis, Tenn. ; Edu- 
cation; Delta Delta Delta. • Ronald Lee Coleman, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. ; Business. • Charlotte Louise Coley, West 
Memphis, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Sandra Jo Colter, Natchez; 
Liberal Arts: Delta Gamma. 

Third Row: 

• Christopher Lee Comer, Cairo, 111.; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Kappa Tau. • Linda Kay Comer, Booneville ; Education. 

• William Leslie Cook, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Douglas Lee Cooper, Jackson ; Business ; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • James Robert Cooper, Jr., Marietta, 
Ohio; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • Cristy Coors, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

Fourth Row: 

• Karen Olivia Cope, Livingston, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu. • Janice Kay Cothran, Marianna, Ark. ; Edu- 
cation; Alpha Delta Pi. • John Stevens Cotten, Gulfport ; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Sharon Sue Couch, 
Brandon; Liberal Arts. • Harmon Wilfred Cox, Clarks- 
dale; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • John Michael Craft, 
Senatobia ; Liberal Arts ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Fifth Row: 

• Walter Thomas Crafton, Jr., Grenada; Liberal Arts. 

• Leslie Lee Crawford, Jr., Hernando; Business; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Walter Jeffrey Crawford, Tylertown ; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • James Joseph Crongeyer, 
Pensacola, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn Louise Crook, 
Dallas, Texas; Liberal Arts. • Susan Helen Cross, Baton 
Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

Sixth Row: 

• Kerry Eliz Culp, Whiteville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Delta. • Richard M. Cunningham, Madison, Tenn.; 
Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • Bert Bennett Cupit, Colum- 
bia; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Leo Alexander 
Cutcliff, Amory; Business. • Tanya Diane Daggett, Pas- 
cagoula ; Business ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Samuel 
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First Row: 

• Deborah Ann Davidson, Oxford; Business. • Hubert 
James Davidson, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. • John Ford Davis, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. • Laura 
Lee Davis, Oxford; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Thom- 
as Ronald Davis, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Vina 
Blue Davis, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

Second Row: 

• George Davis Dawson, Okolona; Business. • Michael 
Kent Dawson, Lovington, 111.; Engineering; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Marcia Gay Decker, Indianapolis, Ind.; Edu- 
cation; Alpha Delta Pi. • William Roland Deener, Green- 
ville; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • M. Angelita Delga- 
dillo, New Albany; Education. • Julie Theresa Delph, 
Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Third Row: 

• Jack Carver Dessommes, Ocean Springs; Engineering. 

• Willie Henry Deyamport, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • 
Fahey Anne Dibenedetto, Bay Si. Louis; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda Ann Diaz, Louisville, Ky. ; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Donald Dickerson. Columbus; Engineering. 

• Walter Eugene Dickson, Bruce; Liberal Arts. 

Fourth Row: 

• James Paul Doherty, Memphis, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Barbara Ann Dombrowski, St. Charles, 111. ; Liberal 
Arts. • James Edward Donald, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

• Gloria Alice Dowdy, Gulfport; Education; Kappa Del- 
ta. • Guy William Dowdy, Jr., Ecru; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Tau Delta. • Linda Altean Doyle, ClarksJale; Educa- 
tion; Phi Mu. 



Fifth Row: 

• William W. Drinkwater, Jr., Mendian; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Delta Theta. • Sandra Du"-.-,er, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. 

• Rayford Edwin Dukes, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • William 
David Dunavant, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma. • Mary Cathryn Dyre, Grenada; Business; Phi 
Mu. • Letson E. Easterling, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

• David S. Edmondson, Vardaman; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Sherry Lilette Edwards, Jackson ; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega. • Sherry Lynne Ellington, Farmington, 
Mich. ; Education. • Russell Edward Elliott, Bay St. 
Louis; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Mary Corinne 
Ellis, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Nancy Mar- 
garet Ellis, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

Seventh Row: 

• Rebecca Ann Enloe, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta 
Phi. • Alexis Marie Engram, Gulfport; Education; Pi 
Beta Phi. • Sharon Ann Estes, Kenner, La.; Education. 

• Judith Nell Etheridge, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Laura Ramage Ethridge, Oxford; Business; 
Chi Omega. • Marjorie Louise Ezell, Shannon; Liberal 
Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• George Robertson Fair, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Donald Terry Farmer, Columbus; Business. 

• Mary Julianna Farr, Columbus, Ohio; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. • Emily Spencer Farrar, Dickson, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Tommye Dale Favre, Miss. 
City; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Leslie Lyon 
Feigley, Greenville; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• Samuel David Feldman, Newton; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi. • Mary Ann Fenstermacher, Vicksburg; Education. 

• Anna Frances Ferguson, Tupelo; Education; Phi Mu. 

• Helen Beth Ferguson, Greenville ; Education ; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Johnnie Walter Ferguson, Hernando; En- 
gineering. • Candice Ruth Ferry, Jacksonville, 111.; Edu- 
cation. 



Tenth Row: 

• John Alexander Ferrell, Iuka; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Lucian Minor Ferris, Vicksburg; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • Pamela Joy Fields, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. 

• Cynthia Gail Fillingane, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • Mur- 
ray Byron Fincher, Lexington; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • James Franklin Fischer, Southaven; Engineering. 




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First Row: 

• Robert Allan Fisher, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Alpha. • Frederic Parmelee Fitch, Providence, R.I.; Lib- 
eral Arts. • John Charles Fletcher, Jackson; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • Nancy Ellen Floyd, Indianola; Education; 
Delta Gamma. • James Douglas Fly, McComb; Liberal 
Arts. • Michael James Foley, Alexandria, Va. ; Business. 

Second Row: 

• Charles William Foose, Tchula; Engineering; Phi Delta 
Theta. • David Chalaron Forrester, Itlaca, N.Y. ; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Alpha. • Jane Carol Foshee, Hatties- 
burg; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Jamie Frances Fowler, 
Jackson; Business; Delta Gamma. • Brenda Julia Francis, 
Brookhaven ; Liberal Arts. • Martha Beth Franklin, Ox- 
ford ; Liberal Arts. 

Third Row: 

• William Harrell Freeman, Waynesboro; Engineering. 

• Sandra Stuart Fulton, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Susan Quinn Fulton, Greenville; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Chellie Lucretia Furr, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Glenn Todd 
Gallaspy, West Monroe, La.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• Paul Michael Garner, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Pi. 

Fourth Row: 

• Thomas Patrick Garrigan, Madisonville, Ky. ; Business. 

• Gerald Conner Gay, Falkner; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Marion Alexander Gay, Grenada; Liberal Arts. 

• Thomas Gee, Lambert; Liberal Arts. • Craig Allen Gib- 
son, Falls Church, Va. ; Liberal Arts. • Alan Lawrence 
Giffin, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Fifth Row: 

• Barbara Hunt Gilder, Vardaman; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • Terry Lee Gillespie, Sardis; Liberal Arts. • Mur- 
ray Cawthon Gilliam, Jackson, Tenn.; Business; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Georgia Anne Gilluly, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Keitha Givens, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. • David Charles Gleason, Meridian; Busi- 
ness; Alpha Tau Omega. 

Sixth Row: 

• Kay Carol Gordon, Magee ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • John Evans Gough, New Orleans, La. ; Busi- 
ness; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Douglas Randall Gould, 
Quitman; Business; Kappa Sigma. • James Peyton Grae- 
ber, Marks; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Beverly 
Lynn Graham, Centreville ; Education ; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Robert Lynn Graham, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. 

Seventh Row: 

• Linda Jean Grant, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • Janet 
Lou Graves, West Memphis, Ark. ; Education ; Delta 
Gamma. • Marilyn Anita Graves, Ashland ; Education. • 
Martha Kaye Graves, Laurel; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• Duncan Montgomery Gray, Meridian; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Chi. • William Alan Gray, Meridian; Business; 
Phi Delta Theta. 

Eighth Row: 

• John Grady Green, Grenada; Business; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Green Barry Greer, Sikeston, Mo. ; Business. • Frankie 
Darnell Gregg, University; Engineering. • William Wal- 
ton Gresham, III, Indianola; Business. • Faye Dianne 
Grisham, Amory; Liberal Arts. • Dinah Gail Gross, 
Carthage ; Pharmacy. 

Ninth Row: 

• Shelby Russell Grubbs, Long Beach; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Stephanie Ann Guckert, Colum- 
bus; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn Lee Guice, Biloxi; Business; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Jacob Davis Guice, Biloxi ; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Calvin Guider, Vicks- 
burg; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Raymond G 
Gunn, Jackson ; Business. 

Tenth Row: 

• William Edwin Gupton, Nashville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • George Bannister Gwin, Tupelo; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Cheryl Anne Hagan, 
Nashville, Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. • William 
Emile Haik, Long Beach; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • Paula Kay Hailey, Crowder; Business. • Emmett 
Russell Hall, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 



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FRESHMEN 

First Row: 

• James Emory Hall, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Julia Hall, Greenville; Education; 
Phi Mu. • Melissa Ann Hall, Grenada; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Theodore Lewis Halter, Ox- 
ford; Engineering. • Wilbur Gordon Hamlin, West Point; 
Liberal Arts. • Dennis Vernon Hammons, Crystal Springs; 
Liberal Arts. 

Second Row: 

• Judith Ann Hammer, Peoria, 111.; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Maurice Hamp, Tunica; Liberal Arts. • Nancy 
Melissa Hankins, Raleigh; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• Thomas Cranford Hardin, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sig- 
ma Chi. • Wyatt E. Harlow, Yazoo City; Pharmacy. • 
Mary Sandra Harmon, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 

Third Row: 

• Michael Edward Harris, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Mary Sandra Harrison, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Martha Murray Harsh, 
Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Frank Ed- 
ward Hart, Brandon; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Philip 
Newman Hart, Louisville: Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Linda Ruth Harvey, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 

Fourth Row: 

• Kathy Carol Haskett, West Memphis, Ark.; Liberal 
Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Jo Beth Hawkins, Meridian; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Kenny Joseph Hayles, Brook- 
haven; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Linda Kay Hay- 
ward, Winona; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Florence 
A. Hazard, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Mary 
Lee Hazlewood, Liberty; Education. 

Fifth Row: 

• Michael Kearney Hebbard, Jackson; Engineering; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • John Clark Henderson; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Alpha. • Lionel Henderson, Batesville ; Liberal 
Arts. • Randy Carol Henderson, Oxford; Business; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Sarah Jane Henderson, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • David Chan Henry, 
Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

Sixth Row: 

• John Robert Herm, Unionville, N.Y. ; Education. • 
Beverly Anne Hickey, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

• Katherine Barrow Hiden, Birmingham, Ala.; Business; 
Phi Mu. • Alden Scott, Hiett; Business; Sigma Phi Ep- 
silon. • Dana W. Hill, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Robert 
Welsh Hill, Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Business; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. 

Seventh Row: 

• William Frank Hill, Wesson; Liberal Arts. • Joseph 
McMillan Hinshaw, New Vernon, N.J.; Business; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. • Dennis Jerome Hogan, Brandon; En- 
gineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • Henry T. Holifield, 
Hattiesburg; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Marshall Earl 
Hollis, Vardaman ; Liberal Arts. • Teresa S. Holloman, 
Batesville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

Eighth Row: 

• Philip Nathan Holman, Lawson, Mo. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Charles Earl Holt, Paris, Tenn. ; Business. • David 
Bryan Hope, Culpepper, Va. ; Liberal Arts. • William 
Merle Horn, Lucedale ; Liberal Arts. • Julia Beth Hous- 
ton, Grenada ; Education. • Geoffrey Scott Howard, New 
Orleans, La. ; Business. 

Ninth Row: 

• Jorja Suzanne Howell, Egypt; Education; Kappa Kap- 
pa Gamma. • M. Beckett Howorth, Oxford; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Chi. • Cynthia Gail Hoy, Lafayette, La.; Educa- 
tion; Phi Mu. • James Scott Hudson, Olive Branch; 
Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • Linda Lanelle Hud- 
son, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts: Zeta Tau Alpha. • 
Suzanne Hudson, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. 

Tenth Row: 

• Arnie Joseph Huffman, Jr., Fayette, Ala.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Alpha. • Vivia Anne Hughes, Clarksdale ; Educa- 
tion; Phi Mu. • Jere Thomas Humphreys, Humboldt, 
Tenn.; Business. • Larry Jones Humphreys, University; 
Business. • Jeanne Huston, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. ; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Brenda Joyce Hutrhens, Helena, Ark.; 
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First Row: 

• Leslie Belinda Hybergen, Cleveland, Tenn.; Education; 
Alpha Omicron Pi. • Delia Denham Hyde, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Elaine Lee 
Ingram, La Jolla, Calif.; Education. • Barbara Susan 
Jacks, Cleveland; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Ab Jack- 
son, Biloxi ; Liberal Arts. • Sarah Ann Jackson, New Al- 
bany; Education; Kappa Delta. 

Second Row: 

• Margaret Eleanor Jacobs, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Edwin White Jenkins, Clarksdale ; Business; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Joyce Odessa Jenkins, Glen Allen; 
Business. • Danny Weeks Jennings, Kosciusko; Liberal 
Arts. • Mary Jane Jobe, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Jan Louise Johnson, Jackson; Education; 
Delta Delta Delta. 



Third Row: 

• Michael Elliot Johnson, Jackson; Business. • Patricia 
Johnson, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Archie Donald Jones, Canton; Liberal Arts. • Carolyn 
Teresa Jones, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • Clau- 
dia Pintard Jones, Natchez; Business; Delta Gamma. • 
Susan Marie Jones, West Mobile, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Beta Phi. 



Fourth Row: 

• Thomas Shelton Jones, Hazlehurst; Business; Delta Psi. 

• William Hooper Jones, Memphis, Tenn.; Business 
Alpha Tau Omega. • Danny K. Karr, Sulligent, Ala.: 
Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Tau. • Katherine M. Keach, Ball- 
win, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Brad- 
ford Welch Kelly, New Orleans, La. ; Engineering. • 
Charles Epperson Kelly, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. 



Fifth Row: 

• Robert A. Kennedy, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 

• Elaine Dorothy Keown, Jackson; Education; Alpha 
Delta Pi. • Donald Leland Kilgore, Philadelphia; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Nu. • Benjamin B. Kimbrough, Mobile, Ala.; 
Liberal Arts. • David Lynn Kinard, Grenada; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • Terry L. Kincaid, Senatobia; Pharmacy. 

Sixth Row: 

• Evangelist W. King, Pass Christian, Miss.; Business; 
Phi Kappa Psi. • James Patrick King, Jeffersontown, 
Ky. ; Liberal Arts. • Newton Dudley King, Murfreesboro, 
Tenn.; Business. • Ricky Maynard King, Philadelphia; 
Liberal Arts. • Robert Edward King, Oxford; Engineer- 
ing. • Robert A. Kirkfield, Oxford; Business. 



Seventh Row: 

• Hartley Weems Kittle, III, Shaw; Business; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. • William Blanchard Kline, Webster Grove, 
Mo.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • Wendy Lynn Kyle, 
Milwaukee, Wis. ; Liberal Arts. • Janet Braselton Laird, 
Union; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Marijane Lamb, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Phi Mu. • David Flavous 
Lambert. Ill, Belmont; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Nancy Carole Land, Clinton; Education; Phi Mu. • 
Robert Watson Landers, Starkville ; Liberal Arts. • Ray 
Craig Landry, Webster Groves, Mo. ; Business. • Charles 
Herbert Laney, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • John Buford Laney, Lyon; Business; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Ralph Bunche Lassiter, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. 



Ninth Row: 

• James Abner Lauderdale, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Joseph F. Lauderdale, Hernando; En- 
gineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Harold Dean Laum- 
battus, Marissa, 111. ; Business. • Susan Parker Lavender, 
Marks; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Constance Lea Lax, 
Bolivar, Tenn. ; Education ; Alpha Delta Pi. • Carl Ray 
Leach, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 



Tenth Row: 

• Regina Lucile Leake, Columbia; Education. • Robert 
M. Leineweber, Greenville, S.C.; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Linda Kaye Leonard, Tia Juana Ve ; Liberal 
Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • William Carey Lester, Jack- 
son; Business. • Eunice Leung, Dermott, Ark.; Business. 

• Vincent Liberto, Grenada ; Liberal Arts. 





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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Tangie Alene Lingle, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• Susan Townsend Lisenby, Winona; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • Barbara Lois Livingston, Prentiss ; Education ; 
Kappa Delta. • Sammuel Thames Lloyd, III, Canton; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Lee Logan, 
Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Janet 
Sue Logan, Newton; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

Second Row: 

• Linda Sue Long, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Margaret Wilsford Longino, Jonestown; Educa- 
tion; Chi Omega. • Rupert Milton Lyon, Indianola; 
Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • William Louis Lyon, 
Olive Branch; Engineering; Sigma Nu. • Talbot Odom 
McCain, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Michael Edward McCamey, Okolona ; Business; Kappa 
Alpha. 

Third Row: 

• Sarah Elizabeth McClatchy, Holly Springs; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Mary Carol McCord, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Tedford C. 
McCullough, Baton Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 

• Suzanne McDaniel, Centreville; Liberal Arts. • Charles 
W. McEwen, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Melvin Hurley 
McFatter, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts. 

Fourth Row: 

• Joseph Wiley Mcllwain, Meridian; Business; Sigma 
Chi. • Myrtle Ann Mclnnis, Kosciusko; Education. • 
Robert Levon McKay, Oxford ; Pharmacy. • Charles Ken- 
neth McKelroy, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. • Shelby 
Weeks McKey, Utica; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Ruth 
Graham McLallen, Indianapolis, Ind.; Education. 

Fifth Row: 

• Susan Evelyn McLaurin, Brandon ; Education ; Kappa 
Delta. • Wyche Lowe McMullan, Hattiesburg; Business; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • Martha Alice McMurry, Greenville; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Linda Colleen McNeely, 
New Orleans, La. ; Liberal Arts ; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Charles Michael McQueen, Birmingham, Ala. ; Busi- 
ness; Alpha Tau Omega. • Lila Lee McRight, Greenville; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

Sixth Row: 

• Annelle Lee Macy, Laurel; Education; Phi Mu. • 
Tommy Junior Madison, Lambert; Business. • Lucille 
Leggett Mahon, Louisville, Ky. ; Education; Chi Omega. 

• Robert Leo Maier, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • Merrell 
Lavinia Maney, Murfreesboro, Term.; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • Elwin Byron Mann, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Edu- 
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First Row: 

• Mary Carnathan Mansell, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu. • Vincent D. Marascalco, Grenada; Liberal 
Arts. • Mary Watson Martin, Ripley; Education. • 
Rickey U. Martindale, Clarksdale; Business. • Carlton 
N. Mashburn, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • Vicki Ann Mask, Gallatin, Mo.; Business. 

Second Row: 

• Eugene Thomas Massey, Plaquemine, La. ; Liberal 
Arts. • Patricia Lynn Massey, Dayton, Ohio; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. • Joseph Matulich, Columbia; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi. • James Walkei May, Grenada; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Thomas Martin Mayhugh, 
Jacksonville, Fla. ; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • John 
Stuart Mays, Oxford ; Engineering. 

Third Row: 

• Forrest Lee Meek, Lexington; Business; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. • Edwin Dilworth Meeks, Hamilton; Education. • 
Mary Randle Melton, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Jean Arthur Merrell, Meridian; Educa- 
tion; Delta Delta Delta. • Thomas Albert Militello, Lan- 
caster, N.Y. ; Business; Delta Tau Delta. • Jeffrey George 
Miller, Germantown, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

Fourth Row: 

• Robert Arrington Miller, Greenwood; Engineering; 
Sigma Chi. • Melinda Craig Milner, Greenwood; Educa- 
tion; Pi Beta Phi. • Judith Carol Milstead, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Lancelot L. Minor, 
III, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • 
Louis Fernando Miron, Metairie, La. ; Liberal Arts. • 
Colmon Shinn Mitchell, Batesville; Liberal Arts; Pi Kap- 
pa Alpha. 

Fifth Row: 

• David Howard Mitchell, Batesville; Engineering. • 
Larry Edward Mixon, Drew; Business. • Danny Gene 
Mize, Jackson; Business. • Richard Henderson Molpus, 
Philadelphia; Business; Sigma Chi. • Mitchell Dial Mon- 
sour, Jackson ; Liberal Arts ; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Richard 
Carl Monteith, Batesville; Engineering. 

Sixth Row: 

• Charles W. Montgomery, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • 
Jeanne Howie Montgomery, Jackson: Business. • Patricia 
Eileen Moody, Franklin, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Delta 
Pi. • Noble Glen Moore, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Business; 
Kappa Sigma. • Robert Dunsceath Moore, Birmingham, 
Ala.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Wesley Cham- 
bers Morck, Gloucester, Va. ; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

Seventh Row: 

• Linda Camille Morgan, Sunflower; Education. • Eliza- 
beth Sturgis Morris, Birmingham, Ala.; Education; Chi 
Omega. • Terry Lee Morris, New Albany; Business. • 
Carolyn M. Morrison, Earle, Ark.; Education; Delta 
Delta Delta. • William John Mosby, Canton; Pharmacy; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Richard Arnold Motley, Tappa- 
hannock; Engineering. 

Eighth Row: 

• Mary Bertram Motlow, Lynchburg, Tenn. ; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Christian Stephen Mueller, 
Davenport, Iowa; Business. • Melanee Lou Murphree, 
Tunica; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Ann Whitfield 
Murphy, Monroe, La.; Education; Delta Gamma. • Lam- 
bert Edward Murray, Marks; Liberal Arts. • Roy 
Mitchell Myers, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. 

Ninth Row: 

• Robert Sherwood Nance, Ripley; Liberal Arts. • Vic- 
tor Ray Nellis, Silver City, N. Mex. ; Business. • Deborah 
Ruth Nelson, Wilson, Ark.; Business; Pi Beta Phi. • 
Frank Cleveland Nelson, Crystal Springs; Business. • 
Charle Puffman Newman, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts. 

• James Thomas Newton, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; 
Alpha Tau Omega. 

Tenth Rou>: 

• Thomas Beall Nichols, Tchula; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma. • Victor Arthur Nix, III, Long Lake, 111.; Busi- 
ness; Phi Kappa Theta. • Lila Suzanne Noe, Olive 
Branch; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Nancy Rights Norman, 
Corinth; Business; Chi Omega. • Nancy Norton, Mar- 
veil, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • Paula Deen Norton, Tupelo; 
Education; Alpha Delta Pi. 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Judith Karen Oakes, Elliott; Liberal Arts. • Janey 
Marie Oates, Corinth; Education. • Teresa Gail Obarr, 
Okolona; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • Leslie Claire 
Oliver, University; Liberal Arts. • Mardie Sue Olson, 
Jackson; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Gwendolyn 
Connell Oneal, Delhi, La.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

Second Row: 

• Wayne Shannon Orr, Clarksdale ; Business. • Pamela 
Rae Palmer, Amory ; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • Jenny 
Suzanne Pappas, Nashville, Tenn.; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • Beverly Patricia Pardue, Big Creek; 
Liberal Arts. • Dorothy Lois Parish, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • Michael Dennis Park- 
er, Vance; Engineering. 

Third Row: 

• Paul Harmon Parker, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Dave Cannon Parkerson, Greenville ; 
Liberal Arts. • Hazel Lynn Parks, Oxford; Business. • 
Carol A. Patterson, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • Linda Lee 
Pearson, Nashville, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. • Pamela Eliza- 
beth Penick, Houston ; Education ; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Fourth Row: 

• William Lewis Perdue, Jackson; Engineering. • Ann 
Patrick Perkins, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Walterine L. Permenter, Greenville; Liberal Arts 
Kappa Kappa Gamrna. • Mickey Joe Perry, Grenada 
Business. • Vicki Ann Perry, Tunicia; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Beta Phi. • Susan Louise Person, Greenwood; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Walter R. Peterson, Greenville; Engineering; Beta Theta 
Pi. • Carol June Phillips New Albany; Education. • 
Carolyn Celeste Phillips, Prairie Point; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. • Rayna Rebecca Phillips, Batesville ; 
Education, Delta Gamma. • Susan French Pierce, Vicks- 
burg; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Valda Carline 
Pitcairn, Bay St. Louis ; Liberal Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

• Mary Kathryn Plants, Oxford ; Education ; Pi Mu. • 
Robert Lee Plemmons, Hernando; Liberal Arts. • Mari- 
lyn Patricia Polk, Baton Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • James Eugene Poole, University; En- 
gineering; Sigma Nu. • Betty Diane Poteet, Guntown, 
Education. • John Kirkham Povall, Lexington ; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 



Seventh Row: 

• Margaret Anne Powers, Lamont ; Education ;, Chi 
Omega. • Pamela Ann Presley, Jackson; Education; Al- 
pha Delta Pi. • James Ottis Prewitt, Pontotoc ; Engineer- 
ing. • Sarah Scribner Prude, Amory; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • Floyd Everett Pruden, Columbus; Engineering; 
Beta Theta Pi. • Donald Ralph Purvis, Brandon; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Chi. 



Eighth Row: 

• Patricia Alice Purvis, Jackson; Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Marguerite Carol Puryear, Hazlehurst ; Edu- 
cation ; Delta Delta Delta. • Susan Puryear, Ocean 
Springs; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Susan Gayle 
Quarterman, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

• Catherine B. Quinn, Vicksburg; Education; Chi Omega. 

• James L. Quinn, Jackson; Business. 



Ninth Row: 

• Lee Wilson Randall, Meridian; Business. • Vicki Ruth 
Ransom, Aberdeen ; Liberal Arts ; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Cynthia Ann Rasberry, Metairie, La. ; Education. • 
Donald W. Ratliff, Belmont; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Theta. • James Leroy Ratliff, Jackson; Business; Phi 
Kappa Theta. • John Cary Rawlings, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 

Tenth Row: 

• Clell Herman Ray, Columbus; Business. • John Kent 
Rayburn, Columbia; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Carol 
Ann Ready, Greenville ; Liberal Arts. • Patricia Sue Rea- 
gan, Oxford ; Education ; Chi Omega. • John Steven Rear- 
don, Clarksdale; Business. • Linda Louise Reel, Brook- 
haven; Liberal Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. 








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• Rowland Smith Reeve, Wynnewood, Pa.; Engineering: 
Kappa Alpha. • James Jacob Reid, Pittsboro; Business. 

• William Woodrow Reid, Jr., Corinth; Business; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. • Henry Crawford Rhaly, Jr., Jackson; 
Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Charles Samuel Rhea, 
Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Gilbert Ross 
Rhoades, Charleston, W. Va. ; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. 

Second Row: 

• Nancy Jean Richards, Jackson ; Business ; Alpha Omi- 
cron Pi. • Mai Shaw Riddell, Winona; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • James Russell Ridley, Jr., Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Hal Kenneth Riggan, 
New Albany; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Charles Nelson 
Riley, Sycamore, 111.; Liberal Arts. • Sidney E. Risher, 
Jr., Jackson ; Liberal Arts. 

Third Row: 

• Martin Stanley Roberts, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. • 
Carolyn J. Robertson, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Leon Levell Robertson, Calhoun City; Business. 

• Edward Bryce Robinson, Birmingham, Ala. ; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Franklin Scott Robinson, Water- 
ford; Liberal Arts. • Marcia R. Robinson, Natchez; Edu- 
cation; Delta Gamma. 

Fourth Row: 

• Richard Ray Robinson, West Point; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • Thomas A. Robinson, Atlanta, Ga. ; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Sigma. • Katherine D. Robison, Batesville; 
Education. • Catherine R. Rodenhauser, Huntsville, Ala. ; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Larry Alan Roe, Biloxi; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Tau Delta. • Shelby Reece Rogers, Jr., Jack- 
son ; Liberal Arts. 

Fifth Row: 

• Harry Smith Roland, Greenwood; Business; Phi Delta 
Theta. • Jackie Rolison, Sweetwater, Ala. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Terrance Mary Romano, Covington, La. ; Liberal Arts. 

• William Ervin Rosamond, Lexington; Business; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Benjamin Franklin Ross, Columbus; Busi- 
ness; Phi Delta Theta. • Robbie Jo Henry, Pace, Liberal 
Arts. 

Sixth Row: 

• Charles Brookshire Royals, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Chi. • Mary Lou Russell, Sardis; Liberal Arts. • 
Susan Alice Safley, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. • Conrad Mask Saldona, Fort Worth, Texas; 
Business. • Robert Edward Sams, West Point; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Robert Andrews Samson, Pasca- 
goula; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 







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First Row: 

• Kaye Ann Sanders, Long Beach ; Liberal Arts. • Robert 
Evans Sanders, New Albany; Business, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Josie Irene Sanderson, Cleveland ; Education. • Ronald 
William Sartain, Dennis; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. 

• Claude Lamar Satchfield, Creenville; Business; Kappa 
Alpha. • Ben Ladnier Saucier, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. 

Second Row: 

• Cynthia Lynn Savage, Oxford: Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • Katherine Stuart Schaffer, Vicksburg; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta. • Claire W. Schonlau, Monroe, La.; 
Liberal Arts. • Shelley Schuyler, Sumner; Liberal Arts; 
Chi Omega. • Mark Anthony Schwab, Lafayette Hill, Pa. ; 
Liberal Arts. • Ann Elizabeth Scott, Farmville, Va. ; 
Liberal Arts. 



Third Row: 

• Joseph Poage Scrogham, Windsor, Mo.; Business; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • Samuel Pressley Seay, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • George A. Sellers, Quitman; 
Liberal Arts. • Vallon Irene Seuzenlau, Bay St. Louis; 
Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • William Louis 
Shappley, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • Betsy 
Diane Sharpe, Dalton, Ga. ; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Fourth Row: 

• William Kennedy Shaw, Gore Springs; Business; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • Cindy Louise Shelton, Memphis, Tenn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • Billy Joe Shepard, Meridian; 
Business. • Ann Dudley Sherrod, Memphis, Tenn. ; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Stephen Milam Shir- 
ley, Baldwyn; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • Elizabeth 
Simmons, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Henry Lee Simmons, Oxford ; Engineering. • Linda Sue 
Simon, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education. • Peter Liston Simp- 
son, Geneva, 111.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • Daniel 
Lee Singletary, Jackson ; Liberal Arts ; Sigma Chi. • Gina 
Tobin Sipes, Jackson, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. • Vincent 
David Skorupski, Grenada; Business. 

Sixth Row:' 

• Jane Alliston Slade, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Barbara 
Ellen Smith, Oxford; Education. • Carol Janice Smith, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Phi Mu. • Freda Ann 
Smith, Oxford; Business. • Jane Ellen Smith, Meadville ; 
Liberal Arts. • Margaret Joe Smith, Alligator; Liberal 
Arts 



Seventh Row: 

• Robert Abernathy Smith, Nashville, Tenn. ; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • Robert Howell Smith, Ox- 
ford; Pharmacy. • Stanley Leon Smith, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • Steven Keith Smith, Memphis, 
Tenn. ; Business. • William Franklin Sneed, Jackson ; Lib- 
eral Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Stephen Lynn Sowell, 
Humboldt, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Vera Madel Speakes, Benoit; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • Billy Buck Staggers, West Point; Business; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Jonathan Peter Staryk, Grosse Pointe, 
Mich.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Steven Ray 
Stegall, Jackson; Business; Phi Kappa Theta. • Sandralea 
Stivers, Marianna, Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Simmie Diane 
Stodghill, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 



Ninth Row: 

• Cynthia Vivian Stokes, Sulligent, Ala. ; Education. • 
James Claude Stokes, Jr., Sulligent, Ala.; Pharmacy; Phi 
Kappa Tau. • Rosemary Stoltz, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts. • John H. Stone, III, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • John Oneil Stone, Meridian; 
Business. • William Ronald Stone, Clarksdale; Liberal 
Arts. 



Tenth Row: 

• Mary Elizabeth Stovall, Hammond, La.; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta. • Georgia Stratton, Brookhaven; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Delta. • Terence Marshall Straub, 
Warrington, Fla. ; Liberal Arts. • Gordon Bertram Strom, 
Jr., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Virginia 
W. Strong, University; Education. • Betty Louise Stuart, 
Oxford ; Liberal Arts. 




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First Row: 

• William H. Stubblefield, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi. • Dorothy Hope Sullivan, Walls; Education. • Jane 
Carolyn Sullivan. Waynesboro; Business. • Kathleen Re- 
becca Sullivan, Hattiesburg; Education. • James Alfred 
Sumrall, III, Bay Springs; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha. • Walker James Swaney, Holly Springs; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Nu. 

Second Row: 

• Frances Susan Talbert, Oxford ; Liberal Arts. • Elaine 
Terrell Talley, Memphis, Tenn. ; Education; Delta Gam- 
ma. • Clara Gene Taulbert, Glen Allen ; Business. • 
Gustav Arthur Taylor, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • Vicki Lynn 
Taylor, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kajja Kappa Gamma. • 
Alison Stoddart Teague, Picayune; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Delta Pi. 

Third Row: 

• Eliz Marie Terito, Baton Rouge, La. ; Liberal Arts. 

• Mark Douglas Tew, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • Robert Louis Thadison, Brookhaven; 
Engineering. • Carol Jo Thomas, Carthage; Business 
Delta Gamma. • Elton Sigrest Thomas, Jr., Columbus 
Liberal Arts. • Joseph Grant Thomas, Louisville, Ky. 
Business. 

Fourth Row: 

• Louisa M. Thompson, Jackson, Tenn.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Michael Hicks Thompson, 
Bentonia; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Marie Thorn- 
ton, Brownsville, Tenn. ; Liberal Arts ; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • Stanley Thomas Tidwell, Holly Springs; Lib- 
eral Arts. • Linda Carolyn Tillman, Bruce; Liberal Arts. 

• President Tillman, Jackson ; Liberal Arts. 

Fifth Row: 

• Shirley Jeanette Tipton, Jackson; Business. • Robert 
Lee Tomlinson, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Education; Sigma 
Nu. • Lillian Toney, Vicksburg; Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • James Lamar Townsend, Cleveland; Liberal 
Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • Wendell Holmes Trapp, Jr., 
Tupelo; Business; Sigma Chi. • Gary Matt Traughber, 
Elkton, Ky. ; Engineering. 

Sixth Row: 

• Adolph Wettlin Trcppendahl, Woodville; Business; 
Kappa Alpha. • Phillip Lynn Tutor, Ecru; Pharmacy. 

• Horace Hunter Twiford, University; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Eugene A. Vanevery, Columbus; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Psi. • Laura Kay Vannoy, Madisonville, Ky. ; 
Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Beverly Winn 
Vaughan, University; Liberal Arts. 

Seventh Row: 

• James Gordon Vaughan, Jackson; Business; Kappa 
Alpha. • Earl Daniel Vaughn, Jackson, Tenn. ; Business. 

• Mark Perry Vest, McComb ; Business • Jay Lee Vestal, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
Cecil Whitfield Vick, Jackson; Engineering. • Tommy 
Lynn Vinson, Oxford; Engineering; Sigma Nu. 

Eighth Row: 

• Charles Lacey Wadlington, Belzoni; Business; Kappa 
Alpha. • Catherine Jane Walker, Hernando; Liberal 
Arts. • Janit Wallace, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts. • 
Tommy L. Wallace, Natchez; Liberal Arts. • Samuel 
Lloyd Walters, Jackson; Engineering; Delta Psi. • Ar- 
thur Donald Walton, Hattiesburg; Business; Sigma Nu. 

Ninth Row: 

• James Ben Walzak, Rochester, N.Y. ; Engineering; Phi 
Kappa Theta. • Dot F. Wardlaw, Amory; Liberal Arts. 

• Charles Chesteen Ware, Starkville; Liberal Arts. • 
Mary Gail Waring, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Alpha 
Omicron Pi. • Ann Harton Washburn, Tullahoma, 
Tenn.: Education; Delta Delta Delta. • Carl Walter 
Wasson, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Theta. 

Tenth Row: 

• Martha Jewel Watkins, Jackson; Pharmacy. • Mary 
Kay Watkins, Waynesboro; Busines; Kappa Delta. • 
Norma Lea Weaver, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Robert Clyde Webb, Jr., Indianola; Business; Phi 
Delta Theta. • Charles Lamar Weber, Greenwich, Conn. ; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • Ronnie Michael Wedgeworth, 
Fortville, Ind. ; Engineering. 



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First Row: _. _, . 

• Robert Mark Weeks, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • Frank Cornelius Weis, West Memphis, Ark.; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon, • Laura Lee Wharton, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Alma 
Christy White, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Pi Beta Phi. 

• David Reynolds White, Flora; Liberal Arts. • Janet 
Mary White, Gulfport; Education; Chi Omega. 



Second Row: . 

• John Dan White, Metairie, La.; Business; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • Julia Hazel White, Gulfport; Education; Chi 
Omega. • Nancy Lee White, Owensboro, Ky. ; Education ; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • William Paul White, Canton; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • Mary Maxine Whitten, Biloxi ; 
Liberal Arts. • Lucien S. Whittington, Brookhaven; Lib- 
eral Arts. 



Third Row: 

• Tobin Blake Wiener, Sarasota, Fla. ; Business. • Richard 
Gray Wiggers, Jr., Columbus; Business; Kappa Alpha. • 
Noell Lee Wilborn, Lambert; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• Harrison Brewer Wilder, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Business. 

• Sandra Wilkins, Grenada; Education; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • Kenneth C. Wilkinson, Cleveland; Liberal Arts. 



Fourth Row: 

• Mary Linda Wille, Silver City, N.M.; Liberal Arts. 

• Douglas Ray Williams, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; 
Kappa Alpha. • Judy Lynn Williams, Jackson; Educa- 
tion; Chi Omega. • Mickey Ann Williams, Osyka ; Lib- 
eral Arts; Alpha Delta Pi. • Olivia Williams, Philadel- 
phia; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Rebecca Faye Wil- 
liams, Baton Rouge, La.; Education; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



Fifth Row: 

• Thomas Gary Williams, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • 
Yvonne Mary Williams, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • Brenda Hill Williamson, Brownsville, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • Walter 
Carroll Williamson, Oakvale ; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • Elizabeth Williston, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Beta Phi. • Barry Wilson, Jackson, Tenn.; Business. 



Sixth Row: 

• Keith Allen Wilson, Alton, 111.; Business. • Marty L. 
Windels, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • Alys jane 
Windham, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. 

• Helen Sue Windham, Columbia; Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • William Thomas Wingo, Memphis, Tenn. ; Busi- 
ness; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • Eustace Harold Winn; Busi- 
ness; Kappa Alpha. 



Seventh Row: 

• Carol Dean Winter, Bruce; Liberal Arts. • Carol Ann 
Wisdom, Greenwood; Education. • Annie Yvonne With- 
ers, Victoria; Liberal Arts. • Fred Marshall Witty, Green- 
wood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • Nancy Elaine Wo- 
mack, Williamsville, N.Y. ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron 
Pi. • Andrew Chi-Wang Wong, Hong Kong; Liberal Arts. 



Eighth Row: 

• Steve She Dep Wong, Greenwood; Business. • Deborah 
Dean Woodard, East Prairie, Mo.: Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • Minerva H. Woodroof, Newman, Ga. ; Education; 
Kappa Delta. • Llewlee French Woollard, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • Amos Jarman Word, Inverness; 
Liberal Arts. • Cheryl Josephine Wright, Greenwood ; 
Education. 



Ninth Row: 

• Letitia Parham Wright, Amory; Liberal Arts. • Thomas 
Daniel Yates, University; Liberal Arts. • Becky Yee, Der- 
mott. Ark. ; Liberal Arts. • Harper Mathis Young, Green- 
ville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • Johnnie Nell Young, 
Forrest City, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Pi Beta Phi. • Marcia 
Janet Young, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 



Tenth Row: 

• Roland Kenneth Young, Tupelo: Liberal Arts. • Grace 

Lavern Younker, Shreveport, La. ; Liberal Arts. 




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Abbey, Williams Sellers, 340 

Abdalla, Gerald Moses, 63, 171, 311 

Abdalla, Sidney Jacob, Jr., 284 

Abdo, Betty B. 

Abdo, George Ellis, Jr. 

Abel, Roxie Pittman, 293 

Abernethy, Lynn Dunlap 

Abernethy, Thomas G. 

Abernethy, Wilbur Murrah, 120, 183, 

340 
Abies, Carlton W. 
Abies, Jackson H., Ill, 183 
Aboulenein, Hassan Y., 284 
Abraham, George Ellis, II 
Abraham, Karemi Gladys, 79, 137, 293 
Abraham, Katherine Anne, 79, 153, 

284 
Abraham, Robert M„ 179, 311 
Abram, Anthony Lawrence, 177, 326 
Acosta, Winthrop Domingo, 113, 116 
Adams, Anna Fleming, 145, 340 
Adams, Cathleen Susann, 139, 311 
Adams, Chester Braswall 
Adams, Daniel Paul, 116 
Adams, David Edward, 181, 284 
Adams, Emil John, 173 
Adams, Gregory Neal, 91, 284 
Adams, Holmes S., 67, 69, 70, 73, 171, 

293 
Adams, Hunter Kellis, 175, 311 
Adams, James Ferris, 183 
Adams, James Gray, 112, 179 
Adams, Jill Leslie, 340 
Adams, Kathryn Peyton, 145, 293 
Adams, Lemuel Garner, 183, 326 
Adams, Martha L. 
Adams, Philip Ross, 284 
Adams, Rosemary M. 
Adams, Sammy D. 
Adams, S. Irby 
Adams, William S., Jr. 
Addison, Margaret Mixson, 284 
Adkerson, Robert Harlan, 183 
Adkins, Dolores June 
Adkins, Gregory Dean, 284 
Agee, Lynn Allen 
Agent, Keith Selwyn 
Ahem, George G. 
Ahlquist, Clyde Tura, 284 
Ainsworth, Sarah E. 
Akers, Terrell Walter 
Albano, Patrick Louis, 75, 128, 159, 311 
Aldinger, Robert Charles, 173, 293 
Aldridge, Dennis Carl, 311 
Aldridge, John Baker, 114, 171, 326 
Aldridge, Keith Owen 
Aldridge, Kenneth Edward, 293 
Aldridge, Malcolm Lee, 187, 293 
Aldy, Ronnie Jay 
Alex, Greg Keith 
Alexander, Barbara J., 137, 293 
Alexander, Bebe Clinton 
Alexander, Georgianna, 151 
Alexander, Owens Fitz, 122 
Alexander, Robert Terry, 90, 163, 340 
Alexander, Stacy M., 151 
Alexander, Virginia L. 
Alford, Glenda Joy, 145, 340 
Alford. Patti Clark, 97, 151, 340 
Alford, Prentiss Keith 
Alger, Vernon Mize 
Algood, Terrel Lee, 70, 72, 311 
Alias, Fred Vincent, 169, 293 
Allen, Barry Glen, 77, 183, 326 
Allen, Beth Elaine, 100. 149, 326 
Allen, Charles Wesley. Jr., 181, 311 
Allen, Dale Ivan 

Allen, Donna Faye, 79, 97, 102, 293 
Allen, Ghill Fosta. 84, 293 
Allen, Gilda Jean. 97, 311 
Allen, Glynda Ruth, 145, 293 
Allen, John S., Ill 
Allen, Lavenia, 137, 326 
Allen, Margaret Ann 
Allen, Merilyn Victoria, 145, 340 
Allen, Nora Anne, 151, 311 
Allen, Robert Johnson 
Allen. Robert Julian, III, 181, 311 
Allen, Sam Harrison 
Allen, Shelton Posey, 11, 113 
Allen, Stella Louise, 153, 311 
Allen, Sylvia Ann, 153, 311 
Allenburger, Christian A., 173 
Alley. Susan Beth, 147, 326 
Allgood, Basil Rickey, 114 
Allison, Cynthia A. 
Allison. John Samuel, 311 
Alliston, George Barron 
Almon, Patricia Ann 
Alsworth, Paula Ann, 340 
Altman, Mikel Eugene 
Alvarez, Frank Joseph, III, 60, 69, 171, 

293 
Alvarez. Julia Pearl, 141. 340 
Ammann, Steven Dennis, 70, 173, 311 
Amnion. Robert E., 75, 284 
Amodeo, Michael Lee, 340 
Anders, Jannelle Marlene, 340 



Anders, Lauren, 147, 326 

Anders, Laurie Eliz 

Anders, Pamela J. 

Anderson, Audrey Ellen 

Anderson, Barbara Knight, 293 

Anderson, Buford Ray 

Anderson, Charlton R., 63, 77, 183 

Anderson, Demaris Leigh, 97, 293 

Anderson, Gary Allen 

Anderson, James H., 284 

Anderson, John G., 40, 83, 120, 123, 311 

Anderson, Judy Ann, 68, 100, 101, 

143, 326 
Anderson, Lucy Burt, 79 
Anderson, Marlin Curtis, 293 
Anderson, Martha Jane, 326 
Anderson, Martha Marie, 149, 293 
Anderson, Phyllis Ann, 340 
Anderson, Robert Allen, 181, 326 
Anderson, Robert Emmett, 340 
Anderson, Thomas H., Jr., 293 
Anderson, Thomas J. H., II, 183 
Anderson, Virginia Louise, 311 
Anderson, Wayne Bryant, 98, 293 
Anderson, William Fenton 
Anderton, Julie Dawn, 149, 311 
Andrew, Kathleen B. 
Andrews, Henry Dean 
Andrews, John Butler 
Andrews, John Steven, Jr., 183 
Andrews, Robert Ross, 311 
Andrews, Wallace Henry, 70 
Andrukiewicz, Stephen S. 
Anthony, Allen Carey, 311 
Anthony, Barbara Carol, 311 
Anthony, Christina W. 
Anthony, Dalton W. 
Anthony, Donald A. 
Anthony, Genell Mattox, 311 
Anthony, James Hansel 
Anthony, Phillip Lynn 
Anthony, Sandra Gail, 311 
Apple, Nancy 

Arbuthnot, Peter Ivan, 123, 177, 326 
Arceneaux, Stanley T., 340 
Archer, Barbara Jean, 100, 149 
Archer, Ethel Erwin, 139, 311 
Archer, George F., 115, 340 
Arcuri, Dominic Joseph, 112, 169 
Ard, David Robert 
Ard, John Earl 
Ard, Mavis Ann, 311 
Ard, Sylvia Faye 
Armstrong, Nancy Ellen, 311 
Armstrong, Terry Jane 
Armstrong, William David, 159 
Arnett, Edmond Brooks 
Arnett, James Raphael, 70, 74, 90, 

163, 311 
Arnett, Jane Dianne, 340 
Arnold, Bobby Royce 
Arnold, Eddy Dean 
Arnold, George Michael 
Arnold, James H., Jr. 
Arnold, John W., Jr., 128, 183 
Arnold, Sarah Anderson 
Arnold. Judy Rawson 
Aron, Paul Harry, 36, 293 
Arrington, Peggy Sue, 293 
Asger, Anne Jaynes, 153 
Ash, Donnal Gene 
Ashcraft, John Edward, Jr. 
Ashley, Charles Winnick, 340 
Ashlin, Daniel B. 
Ashworth, Patricia Maureen. 293 
Ashworth. Sam Lee, 116 
Assaf, Tom Ellis, 116, 171 
Asters, John T. 
Atchley. Karen Lucille, 97. 101, 137, 

326 
Atkins, Linda K. 
Atkins, Vivian Marlene 
Atkinson, Allen Gerald 
Atkinson, Boyd P., 171, 326 
Atkinson, Clinton Ashley 
Atkinson, Eugene Walton, Jr., 171 
Atkinson, John Ray, 115, 171, 340 
Atkinson, Melvin Van, 326 
Atkinson, Rhett William, 70 
Atkinson, William Edward, 293 
Atkinson, William Samuel, 311 
Augustus, Nicholas G., 70. 89. 163. 326 
Aune, Ernestine Holt. 284 
Austin, Frank S.. 76, 187, 293 
Austin, Martha Ann, 311 
Austin, William Ernest. 72 
Autry, Shirley Lee, 102, 311 
Avaltroni, Tillio John. 70, 326 
Aven, Donald Webster, 311 
Aven, Ronald Allen 
Avent, Robert Wallace, 116, 171 
Avery. Doris Ann, 137, 311 
Avery, Elizabeth, 151 
Axelrod. Patricia Sue, 149, 311 
Axley, Paula, 340 
Axtcll. Betty Gail. 78 
Ayer. Eric K.. 293 
Ayers, Mary Elizabeth 
Ayres, Ann 
Ayres, Thomas Grant, 169, 340 



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Babb, Juanita S., 102, 293 

Bachman, Walter Wilbert, 121, 177, 340 

Baddley, James Knox 

Baddour, Don Claude 

Baddour, Fred Thomas, 116 

Baddour, Jane B. 

Baddour, Paul Marion, 62, 63 

Baggett, Horace Haralson 

Bagley, Bonnie Ann 

Bagwell, Billy McArthur 

Baier, Joseph Lewis, 293 

Bailey, Barbara Lynn, 340 

Bailey, Danny Lewis, 113 

Bailey, Dolly Sue 

Bailey, Gloria Fran, 293 

Bailey, Judy Carolyn, 293 

Bailey, Katherine Agnes, 97, 137, 326 

Bailey, Lloyd D. 

Bailey, Malcolm Douglas, 161, 340 

Bailey, Margaret Louise, 293 

Bailey, Margie Sayle, 293 

Bailey, Pamela Evelyn, 149, 311 

Bailey, Phillip Jason, 169, 311 

Bailey, Robert James 

Bailey, Robert Walter, 60, 171 

Bailey, Sidney Lynn 

Bailey, Verna Ann, 293 

Baine, Edith Waits Turley 

Baine, James E., 40, 284 

Baine, Wade Montgomery, 284 

Baird, Jerry Roland 

Baird, Xandra Ann, 78, 102, 326 

Bakeler, Arthur F., 115, 340 

Baker, Belinda Sheryll, 340 

Baker, Douglas T. 

Baker, Harold Eugene 

Baker, Jill A. 

Baker, Jimmy E., 40, 112, 189 

Baker, Linda Dorothy, 97, 137, 311 

Baker, Linda Kay, 68, 147, 326 

Baker, Sandra Kay, 293 

Baker, Sharee Vinda 

Baker, Truman Dale 

Balch, Arthur D., 340 

Baldwin, Bonita Elaine, 153, 326 

Baldwin, James Rutherford 

Baldwin, Jo Ann, 340 

Baldwin, Mary Caroline, 151 

Baldwin, Owen William 

Ball, Christy Adele 

Ball, Dwight Nicholas 

Ball, Helen Ann, 97, 147, 293 

Ball, William David 

Ballard, John Gary 

Ballard, William W., 161 

Banks, Shirley W. 

Bankston. Mitchell Nevada 

Baran, Joseph, Jr., 326 

Barbazon, Janice Sue, 340 

Barbee, Margaret Eliz. 137, 293 

Barbee, Mills E. 

Barber, Myra Quay, 284 

Barbour, Caroline Eliza. 141. 311 

Barbour, Haley Reeves, 35. 181. 311 

Barbour. Lynda Lea, 97. 151, 340 

Barefield, Bennie Lee, 293 

Barenis, Guntis, 284 

Barham, Anita Hatcher 

Barham, Darroth Leonard, 293 

Barham. Suzanne, 326 

Barham, Woodrow Wilson, Jr. 

Barhanovich, Billie Joy, 153, 311 

Barker, Harold Grey, 117 

Barker, Kenneth N. 

Barkley. Ruth Lancaster 

Barksdale, Bryan, 70, 99. 183, 311 

Barksdale, Nelson L., Jr., 293 

Barlow, Billy Wray, 117 

Barlow, James Clarence 

Barlow, Terrell Wayne, 163. 293 

Barnes, Candyce Gene. 97, 141 

Barnes, Delores Jane, 311 

Barnes, George Spencer, Jr.. 340 

Barnes, Hazel Ann, 40, 93. 311 

Barnes, John Alan, 157 

Barnes, Louis Edward, Jr., 77, 113, 

183 
Barnes, Reginald Eugene, 181, 311 
Barnes, Thomas Gordon, 114, 167. 326 
Barnett. Eddie L. 
Barnett, Jack 
Barnett, Lee Gordon 
Barnett. Martha Anne. 151 
Barnette, Carol Jean, 311 
Barnhart, Burton Lee 
Barr, Alvin Francis, 284 
Barr, Evelyn Frances, 100, 311 
Barranco. Joe Anthony 
Barrett, Beryl Kaye, 326 
Barrett, Eugene Parker, 326 
Barrett, James Carl. 117. 179. 340 
Barrett, John William, 67, 70, 284 
Barrett, Margaret Eaves 
Barrett, Nancy Foose, 293 
Barrett, Peter Hickman. 161, 293 
Rarrett, Thomas H. 
Barrineau. Ardra Lee, 161, 311 
Barrow. Mary Frances, 97, 141 
Barry. A. Neville 



Bartels, Marc Buren, 114, 159, 326 

Barthel, George Ludwig, III, 112, 340 

Barton, James Douglass, 70, 89, 311 

Barton, Lauren K., 116 

Barton, Robert William, 163 

Bartosh, Stephen Andrew, 121, 165 

Basin, Harish Peshorilal, 100, 284 

Baskin, John Frank 

Bass, Joseph E„ 173 

Bass, Meredith A., Jr., 183 

Bath, Daniel W., Jr. 

Bath, Ellen Gertrude, 340 

Bath, Helen Olivette, 340 

Bath, Joan Chapman 

Batson, Ann Elizabeth, 145, 311 

Batson, Cynthia Brame 

Batson, Greer Allene, 145, 340 

Batte, James Olliney, 326 

Batte, John Carlisle, 120, 167, 340 

Batton, Alexander Alford, 284 

Baumgart, Thomas Carl, 114 

Baxter, Theresa Diane, 137 

Baylen, James L., 112, 173 

Bays, Lewis William, Jr., 340 

Bazaar, Eugene Marion, 112 

Beach, William Jennings 

Beard, David Hazard, 183, 340 

Beard, Fred Long, Jr., 62, 70. 77, 183, 

293 
Beard, Joy, 97, 311 
Beard, Roderick Anderson, 173, 326 
Bearden, James L. 
Bearden, Martha Anne, 89, 135, 191. 

340 
Bearden, Sharon Ann 
Bearden, Thomas Howard, 93, 117, 311 
Beardsley, Charles Samuel, 284 
Beasley, Marion Thomas, 112 
Beattie, James E., 112 
Beatty, Harry Bartton, Jr., 293 
Beauman, Sidney H. 
Beauman, Tere T. Banks 
Beck, Ardie Lavon 
Beck, Jerry Bonds 
Becker, Alan Mark, 112, 177, 340 
Becker, Charles A., Jr. 
Beckett, Charlotte Lynn, 100, 340 
Beckwith, David William, 311 
Beckwith, Phyllis Janice, 137, 293 
Bedgood, Pamela Jane, 96, 97, 101, 

137, 340 
Bedingfield, Susan Alice, 79 
Beemon, Fred Edwin 
Beene, Bobby Gayle 
Beene, Charles William, 84 
Beene, David Neil, 116 
Beery, Anne Elizabeth, 145 
Beissel, Chomella P. 
Beissel, G. F. 
Belk, Leta Ellis 
Belk, Raymond Edward, 293 
Bell, Charles Boyd 
Bell, Elizabeth Alder, 139, 326 
Bell, James Kenneth, 294 
Bell, Joseph Alston, 117 
Bell, Joseph Mims 
Bell, Mary Jacquelyn 
Bell, Nancye Kathryn, 311 
Bell, Rondal Edward 
Bell, Susan Anne, 97. 145, 326 
Bell, Thomas Noel 
Bellais. Sonya Jean, 311 
Bellamy, Malcolm E., Jr., 122 
Bellande, Bruce James, 179, 311 
Bellande, Kay Ruth. 143, 294 
Belton, Larry, 284 
Belue, Larry Dale 
Belue, Nancy T. 
Belue, Virgil Fay 
"Benbow, Roy W. 
Bender, Benny Wayne, 183, 311 
Beneke, Henry, III, 167 
Beneke, Richard Uihlein 
Benjamin, Danny Ray 
Benn, Charlie William, Jr. 
Bennett, Bonnie Louise 
Bennett, James Kitchens 
Bennett, Lawrence G., II 
Bennett, Susan E., 97, 153, 294 
Bennett, Will Evan. 114, 187, 326 
Benoist, Mary Gunter 
Benson, Arthur C, 113, 181, 340 
Benson, William A., IV, 181 
Berch, Jerry Daniel 
Berg. Robert John 
Berger, Sue Anne, 284 
Berry, Connie Sue, 135, 311 
Berry, Emmett Alliston. 91, 294 
Berry, Eugene Sexton, 70, 311 
Berry, Frank, II, 187 
Berry, James Lampton, Jr., 159, 311 
Berry, Richard W., 294 
Berry, Robert, Jr., 284 
Berry. Vicki Elise. 143. 326 
Best, Edwin Moore, 74. 77, 89, 311 
Bethea, Richard T. D., 77, 181 
Bethune, Nancy Lynn 
Bettencourt, Janis Lynn, 311 
Betz, Emily Sue, 78, 284 
Beville, Macheal Horace 
Beyer, Kenneth Kevin, 120, 177, 340 



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Bhagat, Sheela, 100, 294 
Bhatnagar, Vasant Kumar, 100 
Bidden, Valentine W., Jr., 284 
Biddle, Arlen Kirk, 115, 161 
Biddy, Beverly Jean, 151, 294 
Bidgood, Charles S., 171, 340 
Biedenharn, Elizabeth L., 145, 326 
Bien, Harvey Dale, 112, 163. 326 
Bigger, Olivia Ann, 97, 141, 326 
Biggers, Jenny Lee, 40, 61, 68, 139, 326 
Biggs, Herbert W. 
Billett, Nancy Jane 
Billings, Barbara Ann, 147, 294 
Billings, Charles David, Jr., 69, 70 
Bills, Robert Conner, 114. 179, 326 
Bing, William Wayne 
Bingham, James W. 
Birchett, Thomas Cleveland, 181, 312 
Birdwell, Betty C, 143, 294 
Birdwell, Daniel Martin, 121, 340 
Birmingham, Drue D., Jr. 
Bishop, Harold S., 326 
Bishop, Laura Cheryl, 145, 312 
Bishop, William Lloyd, 124, 125, 175, 

326 
Bittle, Judith Anne, 151, 326 
Black, Carl Victor, Jr. 
Black, Henry H., 116, 171, 312 
Black, Martha Frances, 97, 141, 326 
Black, Patsy Carol 
Blackburn, Betty Barrett, 102, 141 
Blackburn, James D., 157, 294 
Blackledge, Ronald Calvin 
Blackwell, Dean Allen, 116 
Blackwood, Eric Carlon, 112, 187, 340 
Bla'lock, Barry Ladale, 117, 159 
Blaine, F. Matthew, 312 
Blair, Barbara Christine, 89, 135, 326 
Blair, Holbert D., 340 
Blakeney. Marilyn Eliz 
Blakeslee, Marilyn, 149, 340 
Blalack, Bill Edward 
Blalack, Patricia M. Arnold 
Bland, Dan L. 

Bland, William Anthony, 70, 294 
Blandford, Kenneth Leo, 187, 326 
Blankenship, David William 
Blankley, Clifton Tayleure, 181, 294 
Blanton, Hubert Lee, Jr. 
Blass, Pamela Anne 
Blauert, James Gary, 113, 161, 326 
Blaydes, Jeanette Beaver 
Blissit, Mary Lou 
Block, Evelyn Cecelia. 139, 312 
Bloodworth, Sandra K., 135, 340 
Blough, Jim Crighton, 117. 183. 312 
Blount, Charles B„ 102, 115. 179, 340 
Blount, Daniel Clayton 
Blount, Jerry Lee, 157 
Blount, Joseph L. 
Blount, Sharon Ann, 340 
Blue, Penny Ann 
Blumer, Thomas John 

Board, Harry R., 189, 294 
Board, Julie Ann Epps 

Boatner, Barry Vaughn 
Boatner. Phyllis Faithe, 153 

Boatright, Wanda Earle. 97, 326 
Bobb, Mary Bell, 139, 340 

Bobbs, William Henry, 161 

Bogen, Edward Joshua, Jr., 167 

Bogen, Eugene Michael 
Bogen, Gordon Jerome, 167 

Boggess, Julian Eugene, 120, 326 

Boggs, Robert Paul, 312 

Boggs, Wendell Davidson, 91 

Bogue, Thomas J., Ill, 312 

Boisseaw. Charles Reynolds, 189, 340 

Boland, Jack 

Boland, Michael J., 67, 70, 171 

Boland, Nell Ann, 284 

Boland, William Patrick, 284 

Bolen, Shirley Kay 

Boling, John Loyd, 74, 98, 157 

Bolt, Eunice Faye, 145, 326 

Bolton, Sharon Robinson 

Bomboy, Ann Davis, 145, 312 

Bond, Donald Warner, 40, 284 

Bond, Robert Lee 

Bond, William 

Bonner, James Preston 

Booher, David L., 177 

Booker, Thomas Leroy 

Bookman, Mary Grace, 61, 68, 153, 326 

Boone, Frank C, Jr., 312 

Boone, Sharon Lynn, 147, 294 

Boone, Susan Garner, 97, 137, 340 

Booth. Carl Clifton 

Booth. Carl Francis, 284 

Booth, George Robert, 120, 177, 326 

Booth, James Michael, 177, 340 

Booth, John Robert 

Booth, Joseph Malcolm. 122, 177, 312 

Booth, Katherine C, 284 

Booth, Linwood Hall 

Booth, Marguerite C. 

Booth, Suelen Margaret, 137, 340 

Boozer, Larry Thomas, 72, 89. 312 

Borchert, Martin John, Jr., 326 

Borden, Lee Hansell, 167, 326 

Borthwick, Mary Diane, 139 



Bost, Fannye John 

Bost, William Marlin, Jr. 

Bostwick. Robert H„ III, 183 

Bosworth, Hugh H., Jr., 115, 157 

Botto, John Edward, 167, 312 

Bottom, John Thomas, III, 77, 117. 183, 
312 

Bouchillon, Wanda Sue, 312 

Bounds, George L., Jr. 

Bounds, John W., 294 

Bounds, Walter Mason, Jr. 

Bounds, William Ross, 157, 326 

Bourgeois, Edna A., 294 

Bourgeois, Lucien L., 312 

Bourland, Jesse Allen, 284 

Bourland, Katherine Ann, 294 

Bourland, Robert Brent 

Bourn, Joe Ray, 91, 294 

Bouton, John Brinkley, 175, 326 

Boutwell, Harold K., Jr. 

Bowden, Charles Kenneth. 113, 175, 
326 

Bowden, Patsy Lee, 97 

Bowen, Ann Miller, 141, 340 

Bowen, Bonnie Lois, 137, 340 

Bowen, Bronwyn, 105, 312 

Bowen, James B., Jr., 171, 312 

Bowen, John H., Ill, 171 

Bowen, John Henry 

Bowen, John Herbert 

Bowen, Kit Hansell, 70, 114, 326 

Bowen, Martha Burroughs, 139, 326 

Bowen, Mary Allen, 139, 326 

Bowen, Roy Glenn 

Bower, Byron Buxton, 181, 294 

Bowers, Harold Nelson 

Bowers, Kenneth Philip 

Bowers, Roberta Ann 

Bowie, Janis Lyn, 341 

Bowie, William Godbold 

Bowles, Patty Jo 

Bowman, Billy Bunton 

Bowman, Glenda Annette, 102 

Bowman, Steven Paul, 115, 187 

Bowman, Thomas Arthur 

Box, David A., 77, 294 

Boyce, Brenda Ann, 143, 294 

Boyd, Calmar Alton, Jr. 

Boyd, James Gary 

Boyd, John Larry, 326 

Boyd, Judy Elizabeth, 139 

Boyd. Robert Charles, 284 

Boyd. Susan Carolyn, 147, 341 

Boyd, William Slone, III, 341 

Boydstun, John Herbert, 70, 77, 179 

Boyer, Willie Mae, 312 

Boyett, Charles Arthur 

Boykin, Donald William. 112 

Boykin, Mary Louise 

Boyles, Howell Johnson 

Boyes, James Douglass, 117 
Boyles, Johnny Hugh 

Boyles, William Brinley, 294 
Boyter, James Lee 

Bozeman, William Steven, 36, 40, 76, 

120, 157, 312 
Brackett, Gayle Dana, 143, 312 
Braddock, Mary Emily, 141, 312 
Bradford, Lanny Baxter, 113, 173, 326 
Bradford, Stephen Cale, 294 
Bradham, Thomas W. 
Bradley, Anne Patton, 97, 139. 312 
Bradley, Barbara Beck, 137 
Bradley, Dorothy Phillips 
Bradley, Laura Lipsey 
Bradley, Patricia Anne, 97, 145, 312 
Bradley, Peggy Lorene 
Brady, Joe Alister, Jr., 284 
Brady, Paul Michael, 165, 294 
Bramblett, Monica Joy, 341 
Brame, Betty Jean 
Brame, Charles Ellis 
Brame, Cynthia Louise 
Bramlett, Barnie T., Jr., 115, 169 
Bramlett, Gay Lawler, 97, 139, 341 
Bramlett, Janie Maria, 97 
Bramlett, Paul Kent 
Branch, Lyle Poston, 312 
Brand, Betty Laura, 68, 89, 143, 327 
Brand, Greg Williams, 116 
Brand, William Gary, 327 
Brandon, Leslie Juanita, 135, 341 
Branham, Anna C, 145, 294 
Brannon. Mae Elizabeth, 143, 327 
Brantley, James P. 
Brasfield, Craig E. 
Brasfield, James Scott 
Brasfield, Madeline Ellene 
Bratton, Kenneth Carl. 116, 157 
Braun, Frank Xavier, 121, 327 
Braun, Grace Marian, 141, 341 
Braun, Louis E., 294 
Brawner, Jerry Wayne. 312 
Bray, Philip M. 
Bray. Virginia Katherine 
Breath. Charles A., Ill, 169, 294 
Breedlove, Becky, 97 
Breedlove, Gary Eugene, 294 
Breeland, Bradford Brough, 117 
Breland, James Thompson 
Brennan, Robert Kenneth, 179, 341 



Brent. Michael James, 77, 128, 159, 312 
Brett, Maurice R., 128 
Brewer, Dennis Craig 
Brewer, Sandra Lynn, 341 
Brewer, Vera Jane, 312 
Brewer, William Doyle 
Breyer, John Stewart 
Bridewell, Joseph A., 169, 341 
Bridgers, David Irwin, Jr., 116 
Bridges, Kenneth Daniel 
Bridges, Thad Sharon, 122, 341 
Bridgforth, Barry Wilson 
Bright, Aubry William, 294 
Bright, Steven 
Bright, Sue, 100, 341 
Brignac, Albert Joseph 
Brinson, Jimmy Dickson, 312 
Brisco, Beverly Anne, 143, 327 
Briscoe, Marvin Earl, 327 
Briscoe. Mendum Dees, 185, 294 
Briscoe, Robert E. 
Brisolara, Arthur Louis, 312 
Brister, Calvin Cotten 
Brister, Carolyn Read 
Brister, Devotie Ward, 115, 179, 341 
Brister, Fred Eugene, 171 
Britt, Dennis Edwin, 341 
Brittenum, Marjorie Miller 
Britton, Isabella N., 137, 312 
Broach, Robert E. 
Broadfoot, Bonnie, 135, 341 
Broadhead, Sandra Renee, 327 
Broadway, Corlis Page, 312 
Brocato, Raymond Hess, 88, 179 
Broc, Henry Donnie, 67 
Broc, James Larry, 312 
Brock, James Murray, Jr., 116, 341 
Brock, Richard William, 67, 173, 284 
Brockman, Elizabeth Ann 
Brodofsky, Sidney, 327 
Brommer, Betty Lynn, 341 
Brooks, Bevely Nell, 312 
Brooks, Charles L., 294 
Brooks, Janice Clyde, 327 
Brooks, John Alford 
Brooks, Patricia Ann, 69 
Brooks, Robert Norman, 284 
Broom, William E., 294 
Broome, Austin Randy 
Broome, Earl Wayne 
Broome, Robert H. 
Brotherton, Robert Doug, 115, 341 
Brougher, Robert Terry 
Broun, Charles Wood, III, 124, 187, 327 
Broussard, Carole Ruth, 97, 147 
Brown, Beverly Thomson, 151, 341 
Brown, Carla Kennedy 
Brown, Casserandia, 327 
Brown, Charles A. 
Brown. Deborah Irene, 96, 145, 327 
Brown, Ernie Herman 
Brown, Fredda Jo, 137, 327 
Brown, Gerald Kenneth 
Brown, Jack Neal, Jr. 
Brown, James Lee, 183 
Brown, Johnny K. 
Brown, Joseph Paul, 84 
Brown, Judith A., 143, 312 
Brown, Kenneth B„ 70, 74, 90, 294 
Brown, Leigh Brownlee 
Brown, Marion Lowell, 78, 294 
Brown, Mary Elizabeth, 147 
Brown, Rebecca Louise, 312 
Brown, Reida Frances, 312 
Brown. Richard Harris, 114, 159 
Brown, Suzan, 139, 294 
Brown, Thomas W., Jr. 
Brown, Wayne Mullar, 284 
Brown, Winifred K. 
Brown, William H., Jr. 
Brown, William Van 
Brown, William Warren, 161, 312 
Brown, Winfred Earl 
Browne, Rebecca Ann, 153, 191, 341 
Browning, Don Linton, 121 
Browning, William Ronald, 169 
Bruce, Deborah Yvonne, 341 
Bruce. William David. 116 
Bruce, Winston Ralph 
Bruening, Charlotte Heston 
Brumfield, Nancy Lynn, 61, 68, 135, 
327 

Brumfield, Patricia R., 151, 341 
Brummett, Dianna Lynn, 73, 79, 102 
Brunini, Edmound Lawrence 
Bruno, Mary Carolyn, 141, 312 
Brunt, Rex H., 165, 294 
Bryan, Alta Suzanne, 312 
Bryan, John Robeson, 123, 294 
Bryant, D. Marie 

Bryant, Edward Glenn, 114, 185. 327 
Bryant, Frederick Clinton, 116, 327 
Bryant, Gipsy Preston 
Bryant, Martha Ann, 327 
Bryant, Mary Elizabeth, 139, 341 
Bryant, Michael Bradford, 93, 121 
Bryant, Olen C, Jr., 179, 341 
Bryant, William Andrew, 114 
Bryant, Zetta Mae, 61, 68, 145, 327 
Bryon, Jennifer Kay, 105, 312 
Bryson, Harriette Ann, 141, 341 



Bryson, James Robert 

Bryson, Roy Edwin 

Bryson, William P., 91 

Buchanan. Ann Wailes, 149. 191, 341 

Buchanan, Bruce Emmett, 327 

Buchanan, George McAfee 

Buchanan, Harriet Ann, 284 

Buchanan, Helen Victoria. 147, 341 

Buchanan, John Hayward 

Buchanan, Thomas Tucker, 185, 294 

Buchholz, Elizabeth Ann, 39 

Buchholz, Frederic Albert, 327 

Buck, Nan Elizabeth, 143, 312 

Buckles, Wanda Tracy 

Buckner, Carolyn, 96, 97, 149, 341 

Buffington, Robert S., 124, 341 

Bufkin, Mary E., 145, 327 

Bufkin, Sandra Ann, 89, 97, 145, 341 

Buford, Alice 

Buford, Donna Lee, 139, 312 

Buford, Janet Meyer, 284 

Buford, Nan Elizabeth, 143, 341 

Buford, Thomas Alexander, 185 

Buie, Patricia Ann 

Bullard, Elvin Dwight 

Bullard, Gayle D. 

Bullard, George Newton, 120, 181 

Bullard, Janice, 312 

Bullard, Mascle Sparks 

Bullard, Wanda Faye, 294 

Bullard, William R. 

Bullen, Glenn W. 

Bullock. Elizabeth Susan. 97, 137, 341 

Bullock, Judi Ann 

Bullock, Paula Ann, 61, 327 

Bunch, Larry Hugh, 157, 341 

Bundy, William T., Jr. 

Bunn, Courtney Kathleen. 141, 327 

Burchfield, Brian Anthony 

Burchfield, James Hughey 

Burdine, Elizabeth 

Burdine, Jane Rule 

Burdison, Frances Sandra, 294 

Burdison, Neva Evonne, 312 

Burdock, George Allan, 294 

Burgess, William Thomas, 284 

Burgin, Helen F., 61, 68, 143, 327 

Burgoyne, Pamela Adair, 97, 101, 153, 

327 
Burk, John Davis, 116, 341 
Burke, Mary Ruth, 327 
Burkett, David Earl 
Burks, Charles Edmund 
Burnett, Frances G., 77, 179, 294 
Burnett, Helen Pope 
Burnett, Jerry Clark, 120. 183, 341 
Burnett, Lloyd Michael 
Burnette, Richard Brian, 161, 312 
Burney, Mary Paula, 327 
Burnham. Barbara J., 101. 141. 341 
Burns, Anne, 135, 327 
Burs, Bonnie B., 141, 294 
Burns. James Curtis 
Burns, Jimmie Dwayne, 312 
Burns, Rosa Ruth. 102, 284 
Burrell, Donald R., 187, 294 
Burris, Karen Diane 
Burroughs, Barbara Nalou 
Burroughs, Paul Parker, 175 
Burroughs, Stanley Earl 
Burson, Mary Eston, 137, 341 
Burson, Sally Pegues, 97, 137, 327 
Burson, Susan Jane, 102, 105, 137, 312 
Burst, Robert Amel 
Burt, Eunice Thompson 
Burt, Judie Mize 
Burton, Diane Kay, 141 
Burton, Marjorie Ann, 135 
Burtt, Steven Craig 
Busby. Candy Kilgore, 327 
Busby, Clara Faye 
Buse, Tommy Sims 
Bush, Alan L., 185 
Bush, Frederick M., Ill 
Butler, David Oscar, 117 
Butler, Elizabeth Salter, 73 
Butler, George Wayne, 173 
Butler, Herbert Mark 
Butler, Jimmy Aaron 
Butler, Mary Lacey 
Butler, Merel W., 139, 327 
Butler, Tommy Landis 
Butterfield, Charles R., 67 
Buttross, Al M. 

Butts, David Olan, Jr., 115, 185 
Butts, Pamela, 141. 341 
Buzard. Suzann, 141, 327 
Byars, Mary Jane 
Byers, Ellis Simpson 
Byers, Estelle A. 
Byers, George G.. 76, 89, 163. 294 
Bynum, Hal 
By id. Harold Joseph 
Byrd, Lawrence Robert, Jr., 187 
Byrd, Ollen Keith, 91 
Byrd, Toni Ann 
Byrd. Walter Redding. 167, 341 
Byrd. William Dean, 295 
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Directory 



Cabaniss, Rita Proby, 141, 295 

Caffey, Carol Anderson 

Caffey, Josh William, III 

Caffey, Musa Baker 

Cahill, Judith Lynne 

Cain, Katherine Sterling, 141, 235 

Cain, Mary Wallace, 341 

Cain, Michael Annis 

Cain, Richard Lee 

Cain, Robert Arthur, 312 

Cain, William Sterling. 181, 327 

Caladnra, Victor Michael 

Calder, Linda Bennett 

Caldwell, Carolyn D., 73, 295 

Caldwell, George William, lib, 18.3, 
341 

Caldwell, James Patrick 112 

Caldwell, John Dale, 122, 157, 327 

Caldwell, Julia Holmes 

Caldwell, Linda Frances, 97 

Caldwell, Mary Anne 

Caldwell, Pamela Brevard, 97 145 312 

Caldwell, William Henry, 40, 115, 181. 
327 

Callaway, Charles Murray, 115 

Callaway, Patti Lynn 

Callender, Marion Ayleen 

Callicutt, Alice Jane, 312 

Callicutt, David Wayne 312 

Callicutt, Edwma Hardin 

Callicutt, Thomas L., Jr., 89, A1& 

Callicutt, Virginia Irene, 79, 145 

Callihan, Robert Douglas 327 

Caloway, Grover R., 76, 123, 295 

Calvasina, Eugene J. 

Calvert, James Lauren 

Cameron, Elizabeth R., 151. 312 

Camp, Barbara Ann, 79, 295 

Camp, Robert Carter, 82 

Campbell, Carl Benjamin, 161. 341 

Campbell, Charles Russell, 63, 177, 295 

Campbell, Clarice Thompson 

Campbell, David Ray 

Campbell, David Wayne 

Campbell, Gerard Willett 181 312 

Campbell, James McDonald, 295 

Campbell, John Patrick, 124 

Campbell, Jonathan A. 

Campbell, Nanci Lee 

Campbell, Richard Herman, 284 

Campbell, Robert M. 

Campbell, Ronald W. 

Campbell, Susan Baker 40, 143, 328 

Campbell, V. Carolyn 143, 295 

Canizaro, Joseph Ed, Jr., 169, 312 

Cannan, Bill Joe 

Canning, Douglas S., lbl 

Cannon, Glenn Dale, 185 

Canterbury, John William, 114, 328 

Cantrell, Guinn L., Jr. 

Cantrell, Michael Lee s 328 

Canty, Patricia Ann, 39, 143, 6ld 

Canup, Johnnie Fae, 295 

Canup, Nancy Ruth, 295 

Capaci, Louis Ramon, 177, Jiz 

Caples, Edgar Lee, 74, 90, 312 

Capparelle, Joann Therese, 135 
Carden, James Austin, 124 124 
Cardwell, Ronald Estes, 75, 116, 159, 

312 
Carey, John Edward, 69, 75, 295 
Carithers, Michael R., 173, 295 
Carlisle, Barry W., 113, 171, 328 
Carlisle, Betty, 105, 135, 295 
Carlisle, Donald Risher, 284 
Carlisle, Mary Jacquelyn, 313 
Carlisle, Michael Emerson, 169 
Carlisle, Richard Lamar, 114 
Carlisle, William T., 171 
Carlson, David Robert 
Carlson, Jane Ellen, 153, 341 
Carlton, Sidney 
Carman, Chan Susan, 100, 341 
Carnes, Duwayne Douglas 
Carney, George Peter 
Carney, Robert Donnell, Jr., 112 
Carothers, Bettye J., 97, 100, 313 
Carothers, Ernest Lewis, 328 
Carpenter, Doris Johnson 
Carpenter, Edwin B., Jr., 167, 295 
Carpenter, Ira W., Jr., 70. 116, 313 
Carpenter, Joseph Niehert, 169, 341 
Carpenter, Robert Murray 
Carpenter, Roxie, 145, 313 
Carpenter, Sherian Renee, 97, 104, 313 
Carpenter, Terry Carol, 185 
Carr, Beverly Lou, 295 
Carr, Emmett Wayne, 313 
Carr, Gaye Roden, 313 
Carr, James E., 179, 295 
Carraway, Marvin Leeton 
Carrier, Henry Nash 
Carroll, Barby Ray 
Carroll, Bettye Lea B. 
Carroll, Candace Moore, 97, 139, 341 
Carroll, Dorothy Edwards 
Carroll, Geneva B. 
Carroll, James L. 



Carroll, Sammy Jacob, 313 

Carruth, Nancy Jeanne, 97, 139, 295 

Carruth, Robert Rudolph, 77, 295 

Carson, Johnny Lee 

Carson, John Robert 

Carson, Marshall Neal, 157 

Carson, Peter, 284 

Carter, Dudley H., 284 

Carter, Eugene Martin 

Carter, Gary Gray, 128, 313 

Carter, Raymond Jesse 

Carter, Rita Lois 

Carter, Robbie Cram, 29o 

Carter, Robert Mitchell, 40, 185 

Carter, Terry Alan 

Carter, William A., 70, 313 

Cartwright, Glenn Thomas, 91, 2So 

Caruso, Stephen Alan, 116 177 328 

Carver, Carol Ann, 78, 102, 137, 29o 

Casano, Joseph J., 161 

Casanova, Travis Glen 

Case, John Stringer, 185 

Case, Raymond Talmadge 

Case, Susan Lee, 64, 145 

Caselli, Renato 

Casey, Richard C. 

Cash, Jimmy Horace, 114 

Cashman, Anne Conway, 328 

Cassaday, Mike M. 

Cassaday, Trudi Merrier 

Cassady, John Michael, 313 

Castigliola, Vincent J., 157, 341 

Catlin, William, III, 114, 183, 328 

Catt, James Leroy, Jr., 84 285 

Caulfield, James Barron, Jr., 157, 6£X 

Caulfield, John Douglas, 167 

Caulfield, Mary Karen, 141 

Cavanaugh, Annette Seay 

Cavanaugh, James Lee 

Cayce, Charles Thomas 

Caye, Woolsey M„ Jr., 116, 189 

Cerny, Jan Edwin 

Chadwick, Jefferson P-. 98, 313 

Chaffin, William Michael, 77, 167, 295 

Chain, Bela J., Jr. 

Chalaron, Pierre Rivalier 

Chamberlain, George L., 183 

Chamberlin, Susan S., 341 

Chamblee, Louis R., 181, 313 

Chamblee, Sylvia Jean, 135. 341 

Champion, James H., Jr., 114, 185, 328 

Champion, John Powell 

Champion, Sondra Beaver 

Chancellor, Joseph Ernest 

Chancellor, Lester Manly, 183 

Chandler, Carolyn Webber, 145, 295 

Chandler, Etta 

Chandler, Kyle, 76, 171 

Chandler, Laurance N., 84, 181 

Chandler, Sheryl Enochs 

Chapman, Cameron, 141, 341 

Chapman, Cynthia L., 141, 313 

Chapman, Gay Lynn 

Chapman, George Beasley 

Chapman, Jean Sealy 

Chapman, Larry H., 72 

Chapman, Nancy Blankenship 

Chapman, Richard Wallace 

Chapman, Thomas Howard, 115 

Charbonnet, Mary Sue 

Chase, Alfred Wightman, 295 

Chase, Alma Carole, 64, 79, 285 

Chase, Phyllis Ann, 313 

Chavez, Natividad A., 285 

Cheairs, Marguerite R., 97, 145. 341 

Cheairs, Thomas W., Ill, 76, 128, 29d 

Cheatham, James B., 295 

Channault, Deborah Ann, 139, 341 

Cheramie, Van Joseph, 177, 313 

Cherry, Barbara Lorraine, 96, 341 

Chesnut, Robert W., 76, 295 

Chesteen, John Rowe 

Chesteen, Richard D., 75 

Chilcutt, Mimi Elizabeth, 143, 313 

Childress, Bobby W., 295 

Childs, James Lawrence, Jr., 295 

Childs, Thomas Everett, Jr. 

Chiles, James Williams, 112, 341 

Chiniche, Francis Raymond, 313 

Chinn, Patricia D., 89, 295 

Chinn, William David, 285 

Chisholm, Elsie C, 313 

Chism, Cheryl Sue, 135, 328 

Chism, James Neal 

Chittom, Gary Lynn 

Choe, Hyong Kil 

Chow, Richard 

Chow, Sallye Laye, 100, 313 

Chow, Sammy Ming, 295 

Chow, Tzuen Gann 

Chrestman, Carolyn Ross, 313 

Chrestman, Cynthia Ann. 68, 139. 328 

Chrestman, Deane, 43, 64, 139, 295 

Christ, John Wade 

Christ, Samuel D., Jr. 

Christ, Samuel David 

Christ, Sherry Lynn 

Christopher, Hellon Gail, 100, 151, 313 

Chryst, Martin Kirk, 116, 341 

Chu, Shu Hong, 295 



Chumbler, Brent Stanton, 115 

Chunn, Anson Bob 

Chunn, Clifton, B., Jr., 183 

Chunn, Jean Johnson 

Church, Dixie Jane, 328 

Churchill, Mary Kay 

Chustz, James Stephen, 113, 157, 328 

Cissna, Mary Louise, 43, 68, 153, 328 

Claany, James Wright, 167 

Clanton, Gail Wallace 

Clanton, Melissa Lynn, 100. 323 

Clark, Alvah Eugene, Jr., lo9 

Clark, Anita Miller 

Clark, Bernard Troy 

Clark, Beverly Jean, 341 

Clark, Charles Luper, 285 

Clark, Charles Thomas, 169, 313 

Clark, David Byrd 

Clark, Frances Carlislj, 141, 341 

Clark, James Rayford, Jr., 115 

Clark, Jane Kay, 295 

Clark, Joe Howell, 114, 328 

Clark, Michael Eugene 

Clark, Patricia Busby 

Clark, Robert Elisha, 112. 177, 341 

Clark, Robert Thural 

Clark, Roger Travis 

Clark, Ronald Hamilton, 183, 328 

Clark, Sandra Jo, 147, 313 

Clark, Sheryl Leslie, 151, 341 

Clark, Susan Jay, 97, 149, 341 

Clark, Teresa Rosemary, 342 

Clark, Wanda Dawn, 313 

Clarke, John Carey, 122, 169 

Clary, Stephen Paul, 117, 175, 328 

Clawson, Dennis Garry, 179 

Claycomb, Hugh Murray 

Clayton, Hugh Carter 

Clayton, Michael Lee, 313 

Clayton, Susan, 147, 295 

Clayton, William Joseph 

Clayton, William Tommy 

Cleage, Marvin Bradford, 171, 342 

Clement, Jerry Wayne, 115 

Clement, Joseph Gordon 

Clement, William F., Jr., 171 295 

Clemenis, Randall Wayne 

Clemmer, James Edgar, 295 

Clemmer, Ronald Wayne, 313 

Cleveland, Cnythia, 97, 153 

Cleveland, John Daniel, 115, 183 342 

Cleveland, Thomas F. 

Cliett, Karen Elizabeth, 313 

Clifton, Danny Rae, 76 

Clifton, Rose E. 

Clifton, Susan McWilliams 

Clifton, William Lynn 

Clingman, Gretchen Thomas 

Chngman, Keith Phillip, 63 

Clinton, Marj^rie Sue 

Cloar, Thomas Jefferson, 116, 1S5 342 

Cloud, Charles Randall, 185 

Clouse, Stephen Collins. 116. 189 342 

Cloutman, Karen Ruth, 78, 153 313 

Coates, Bobby Albert, 285 

Coates, Evelyn Louise. 97, 149 313 

Coats, James Filo, 157, 342 

Cobb, David Louis, 40, 295 

Cobb, Harlan Craig 

Cobb, James Dennis 

Cobb, Marie Elayne, 61 

Cobb, Martha McMillan, 141 313 

Cobb, Trebie Kay, 149, 328 

Coburn, Theodore Kirk, 116 189 349 

Cockerham, James William 115 

Cockerham, John Stephen, 60, 70, 179, 

Cockrell, Jerald Davis, 185, 313 

Cockrell, Mary Nell, 89 

Cockrell, Susan Beattie, 313 

Cockrell, Thomas L. 

Coers, Cathleen Nelson, 149 328 

Coers, Janice Roi 

Cofer, Edwin Tharp, 75 

Coffey, James Major 

Coffey, Sherry Louise, 313 

Cohron, Roxie Bonita, 97, 328 

Coker, Rickey F., 169 

Coker, Robert Earl, 295 

Coker, William Harlow, 328 

Colbert, William Bradford 

Coldwell, Elizabeth Ann, 135 191 

Cole, Betty Carole, 40. 105 313 

Cole, Carolyn, 145, 342 

Cole, David Coleman 

Cole, Karen T. Taggart, 295 

Cole, Marsha K., 295 

Cole, Susan, 141, 328 

Coleman, Dennis Franklin 

Coleman, Gail Jean 

Coleman, Gwyneth Jane 

Coleman, Kathleen B., 36, 141 342 

Coleman, I arry D., 115 

Coleman, Lee Sorrels, 115 

Coleman, Michael Wallace. 70, 183, 313 

Coleman, Ronald Glen, 328 

Coleman, Ronald Lee, 342 

Coleman, William D., Jr., 157 

Coley, Charlotte Louise, 342 
Coll, James Patrick, 177, 295 



Collier, Constance Marie, 143, 328 

Collier, John Brooks, 179 

Collier, Terry Lee, 179 

Collier, Thomas Harris, 77, 112, 159, 

328 
Collins, Don Kelly 
Collins, Homer D., 295 
Collins, Lillye Jane, 89, 97, 100, 135, 

295 
Collins, Robert Kay, 159, 328 
Collins, Russell Eugene, 175 
Collums, Randy Lee, 115 
Collums, Reggie Mault 
Colmer, William Jeffrey, 185 
Colson, James Melbourne, 116 
Colter, Sandra Jo, 143, 342 
Colvin, Joan Estella, 97, 145, 295 
Combs, Carolyn Byrd, 285 
Combs, Clyde Maurice, Jr., 285 
Comer, Christopher Lee, 175, 342 
Comer, Delores A. Martin 
Comer, James Elton 
Comer, Linda Kay, 342 
Comer, Thomas Howard, Jr. 
Commer, Malcolm Jefferson, 171, 328 
Condon, Hanley Gail, 97, 149, 296 
Condon, Lillene Williams 
Condon, William Patrick, 72, 313 
Conn, Joan Harriet, 149, 328 
Conn, Joyce E. 
Connell, Mary Ann 
Conner, Anna Martin 
Conner, Carol Diane 
Conner, Charles Stockton 
Conner, Lee K., 179, 285 
Conner, Raymond M., 67 
Connor, Pamela Jane, 151, 328 
Connors, Thomas Matthew, 120, 328 
Conover, Nelson Gary 
Cook, Barbara Jean 
Cook, John Joseph, 60. 99, 171, 313 
Cook, Martha Sue, 328 
Cook, Patricia Ann 
Cook, Peggy M., 68, 143, 328 
Cook, Robert Timothy, 120, 183 
Cook, Susan Medora 
Cook, Thomas Archie 
Cook, William Harold 
Cook, William Leslie. 116, 157, 342 
Cooke, Barney Lee, 122, 159, 328 
Cooke, Gaines Lassabe, 183 
Cooke, Michael Dale 
Cooksey, Kenneth Earl, Jr., 99, 169, 

313 

Cooksey, Linda Lee 

Cooksey, Tom Edward 

Cooley, Clay Dennis, 285 

Coombs, Johnnie P., Jr., 313 

Cooper, Douglas Lee, 116, 179. 342 

Cooper, James Robert, Jr., 159, 342 

Cooper, Kathy Ann, 143, 328 

Cooper, Mary Belle 

Cooper, Mary Beth, 102 

Cooper, Merry Carole, 97, 137, 328 

Cooper, Philip David, 313 

Cooper, Sherman Taylor, 181, 328 

Coors, Cristy, 145, 342 

Cope, Karen Olivia, 149. 34? 

Copeland, Larry Joe, 128, 296 

Copelin, Larry Douglas 

Corban, Alton Lee, Jr.. 70, 179 

Corban, John Qumt, 113, 173, 328 

Corley, Arch McKennon, 115, 181, 328 

Corliss. Barry Martin 

Cornelius, Philip T., Jr. 

Corretti, E. Suzanne, 137, 313 

Cothran, Janice Kay, 135, 342 

Cothran, Thomas A.. 189 

Cotten, Abby Ann, 149, 328 

Cotten, John Stevens, 121, 171, 342 

Cotton, Carroll L., 185 

Couch, Sharon Sue, 342 

Counce, Charles Ray 

Courtney, Louie Bilbo, 285 

Covert, Robert Frank, 117. 157 

Covington, Albert Donald, 167 

Cowand, Gary Ray, 161 

Coward, Charles B., 183, 296 

Cowley, Charles Gattis 

Cowsert, Hugh Ingram, III, 116, 323 

Cox, Alvin Conley, Jr., 169 

Cox, Barbara Ann, 68, 97, 151, 328 

Cox, Bobby Joe, 296 

Cox, Bonnie Bright, 97. 29R 

Cox, Donald Robert, 185, 296 

Cox, Elizabeth Afton, 151, 328 

Cox, Gary C. 

Cox, Harmon Wilfred, 171, 342 

Cox, James Randall, 187, 200, 328 

Cox, Michael Hugh 

Cox, Rebecca Geneva 

Cox, Roger D.. 67, 296 

Cox, Warren E. 

Cracraft, Jean Scott, 328 

Craft, Ann Elizabeth, 296 

Craft. John Michael, 116, 181, 342 

Crafton, Walter Thomas, Jr., 117, 342 

Craig, Clarence R., Jr., 115 

Craig, David Lester, 114, 313 

Craig, Sarah Gaye, 43, 97, 147, 313 



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Crain, Barbara Sue 
Crain, Warren Bryan 
Crain, William J. 
Cran, Clifton Earnest, Jr. 
Cranford, Janelle, 89, 97, 135, 293 
Craven, Bobby Eugene 
Craven, Kiffin R., Jr., 115, 157 
Cravens, Betty Ruth 
Crawford, Buren Ray, 285 
Crawford, Carolyn J., 285 
Crawford, Cnspen L., Jr., 91, 28o 
Crawford, George Terrence, 313 
Crawford, Leslie Lee, Jr., 115, 181, 34- 
Crawford, Walter Jeffrey, 89, 183, 342 
Crawley, David E., Ill 
Crawley, Ethel J. 
Creekmore, James Hiram 
Crelot, Robert, 77, 296 
Crews, Charlie J., Jr., 89, 17o, 328 
Cribbs, Ferdinand P., Jr., 285 
Crimm, Harry Remone, 117 
Crisler, Anne Murdock, 97, 149, 296 
Crocker, Elvis Wayne 
Crocker, Jerry Lee, 313 
Crockett, Clay McAmis, 76, 113, JU 
Crockett, Dyke Wayne 
Croft, Jo Candace 38 139 313 
Cromeans, John William 113 159 328 
Crongeyer, James Joseph 120, 34<! 
Crook, Carolyn Louise, 34Z 
Crook, Jon, 187 
Crosby, B. Kaye, 313 
Crosby, Michael Gavin 
Cross, Carla Cecilia, 135 313 
Cross, Frances Victoria, 153 3<2S 
Cross, George Sylvamus 313 
Cross, Susan Helen, 141, 342 
Crossley, Robert Clayton, 124, 187, 328 
Crouch, Charles Warren, 313 
Crouch, Henry Lee, 285 
Crouch, Jessica Louise 
Crouch, Michael Avery, 76, 29b 
Crowder, Donald W. 
Crowe, Murry Maxwell 
Crowe, Richard Leon 
Crowley, Everett Wesley 
Crudup, Joe Maynard, 116, 328 
Crull, Luther Putnam, Jr., 114, 171 
Crum, Linda Jo, 313 
Crum, Ralph David, 117 
Crumby, Charles Floyd, 77, 113, 328 
Crumpton, James M. 
Crutcher, James William 114 313 
Cruthirds, Nelson Redic, 169, 313 
Cruthirds, Virginia Irlyn, 40, 89, 29b 
Cuchens, Victor Henry, Jr. 
Cuevas, Lehman J., 296 
Cuevas, Vincent John, 157, 3^» 
Cuicchi, David Lee, 70, 77, 114, 328 
Cullom, Summer Regenold 
Culp, Kerry Ellz, 145, 342 
Culpepper, Thomas Joseph 
Cumberland, Ferman Dan 
Cummings, James William, Jr. 
Cummings, Leonard O., Jr., 285 
Cummings, Robert Ray 
Cunningham, Carolyn 
Cunningham, Irven Edwin 
Cunningham, James Emmitt, 171 
Cunningham, Madalyn, 145, 328 
Cunningham, Mary Jim 
Cunningham, Richard M., 121, 167, 342 
Cupit, Bert Bennett, 115, 179, 342 
Cupit, Danny Earl 
Cupit, Letitia Rotenberry, 296 
Cupit, Thomas Lapell, 285 
Curran, Christopher, 141, 328 
Curran, Michael James, 181 
Currie, James M., 173, 313 
Currie, James Tyson, 67, 69, 70, 73, 

75, 296 
Currie, John Melvin, 114, 328 
Curry, Burn Wesley, 313 
Curtis, Chester Harris, 313 
Curtis, William Harrison, 82 
Cushman, Townsend Hamilton 
Cushman, William Chandler, 40, 70, 

183, 328 
Custer, James William, 175, 328 
Cutcliff, Leo Alexander, 112, 342 



Dabbs, Charlotte Ann, 61, 68, 101, 328 
Dabbs, Daphne Lavern, 61, 68, 96, 

143 329 
Dabbs, James Dutch, 63, 77, 313 
Dabney, Daphne Frances, 96, 147, 329 
Daggett, Tanya Diane, 147, 342 
Dagostino, Arthur Daniel, 112, 329 
Dale, Donna Leigh, 149, 329 
Dale, James Yeager 
Dalton, Bobby D. 

Dalton, Dale Galbraith, 100, 139, 296 
Dalton, Larry Gene 
Dalton, Sam Erwin 
Domonte, Laura Elaine 
Dancy, Jeanette May, 314 
Dancy, Raymond Laverne, 314 
Daniel, Jimmy R. 



Daniel, Lloyd Coppedge 
Daniel, Robert Tennent, 114, 181, 329 
Daniel, Samuel Eugene, 116, 185, 342 
Daniel, Sandra Lynn, 78, 314 
Daniel, William Jackson 
Daniels, Gloria Sue, 135. 329 
Daniels, Maurice Lary, 329 
Daniels, Thomas Lee, 123, 175, 329 
Dannreuther, James C, 314 
Dannereuther, John West, 113, 159, 329 
Darby, William Gordon 
Darden, Cheri Brewer, 296 
Darden, Frances Louise, 40, 296 
Darden, Robert Wilbanks, 296 
Darnell. David Stephen, 183, 296 
Darnell, Thomas H., 314 
Dashairya, Bhagwan Das, 77, 93, 100, 

285 
Daughton, Martha Jane 
Dauzat, Jo Ann 
Dauzat, Sam V., 285 
Davenport, William D., Jr., 187, 314 
Daves, Ralph Lee 
Davidson, Allen Brown, 183 
Davidson, David Loxley, 75, 285 
Davidson, Deborah Ann, 343 
Davidson, Hubert James, 179, 343 
Davidson, Leigh Lorraine, 141, 296 
Davis, Carl F., Jr., 163 
Davis, Carolyn Mary 
Davis, Charles P. 
Davis, Clyde Percy 
Davis, Curtis Reed 
Davis, Deborah P. 
Davis, Drucilla Joan 
Davis, Dudley R. 
Davis, Elizabeth Ann, 96, 97, 104, 153, 

314 
Davis, Elsie J., 296 
Davis, Fred Lee, III 
Davis, Howard Q., Jr., 285 
Davis, James Wilbur 
Davis, Jeff Vernon 
Davis, Joan N. Lebow 
Davis, Joe Curtis 
Davis, John Charles, 329 

Davis, John Floyd, 167 

Davis, John Ford, 343 

Davis, John Wm. 

Davis, Judy Kaye 

Davis, June Annette 

Davis, Karen, 105, 137, 314 

Davis, Larry Edward 

Davis, Laura Lee, 153, 343 

Davis, Leo Earl, Jr., 128 

Davis, Lloyd Lee 

Davis, Martha Louise, 314 

Davis, Philip Lee, Jr., 296 

Davis, Phillip Howard 

Davis, Robert Earl, 285 

Davis, Robert Lee, 83, 113, 329 

Davis, Robert Marvin 

Davis, Robert Sol, 69 

Davis, Ronald Lester, 98, 189 

Davis, Sallie Rinehart, 143, 314 

Davis, Sammy Marion, 70 

Davis, Saidra Brown, 329 

Davis, Sarah Dawn 

Davis, Silas Woodward, III, 121, 171 

Davis, Thomas Ronald, 343 

Davis, Vina Blue, 143, 343 

Davis, William H., 183, 296 

Davis, William Sidney, 

Davis, Winfred J., Jr. 

Dawes, H. Leighton 

Dawes, James Walter 

Dawes, Paul Lloyd, 123, 

Dawson, George David, 

Dawson, James William, 

Dawson, Michael Kent, 187, 343 

Dawson, Thomas Winter, 285 

Dawson, William Howard, 169, 297 

Day, Carol Marie 

Day, Clyde Eric, II, 171 

Day, Greg S., 169 

Day, Hugh G. 

Day, John J. 

Day, Robert Joseph 

Day, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., 181 

Dean, Daniel M., 169 

Dean, David Franklin, 179 

Dean, Ralph Maury 

Deare, Janet J., 79 

Dearman, Cheryl Frances, 314 

Deaton, Daniel Bernard, 171, 329 

DeBay, Francis A., 94, 183, 297 

Deberry, William A., 77, 115, 314 

Decanter, Travis E. 

Decker, Lisa, 147, 329 

Decker, Marcia Gay, 135, 343 

Decoux, Robert Emile, 38, 185, 314 

Dedeaux, Jimmy Glen, 173, 286 

Dedeaux Suzanne B., 297 

Dedmon, Benny Frank, 91 

Dedmon, Danny Brown, 91 

Deener, Linda Sue, 147, 314 

Deener, William Roland, 167, 343 

Dees, Betty Harolyn, 97, 137, 314 

Dees, Don Alfred, 40, 314 

Dees, James Gordon, Jr., 314 

Dees, Strawford H., Ill, 60, 76, 183, 297 



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343 

179 



Dees, William Lee 
Defenbaugh, William Rich 
Defore, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., 60 
Defrancesco, Russell, 189, 314 
Defries, Melton Ellis 
Deitrich, John Lewis, 179, 314 
Delaufihter, Jerry Lee 
Dclgadillo, Angelita, 43 
Delgadillo, James Hicks, 171 
Delgadillo, M. Angelita, 343 
Delgado, Lynda Jane 
Deline, Donald Arthur, 67, 286 
Deloteus, Dorothy Linda, 314 
Delph, Julie Theresa, 97, 153, 343 
Demilio, Ronald David, 169, 329 
Demoss, Hariotte Craige, Jr. 
Demoss, Terry Otis, 120 
DeMoss, Thomas Howard, 181, 329 
Denham, Earl Lamar, 89, 113, 187, 314 
Denham, Susan Stewart, 89, 329 
Denley, Flavia Peeples 
Denley, George Timothy, 297 
Denley, Harriette Lee, 63, 79, 297 
Denley, James Hamilton, 70, 297 
Dennis, Bernard Stephen 
Dennis, Charles Lewis 
Dennis, Deborah Lynn, 329 
Dennis, Terry Wayne, 112, 167 
Densing, Kent William, 40, 83, 314 
Dent, Evalyn Deborah, 61, 68, 145, 

329 
Denton, Billy, Ray, 115 
Denton, Charles Leslie, 115, 171, 329 
Denton, Chrisman Roberts 
Denton, Thomas S. 
Deornellas, Mary Lee, 97 
Depoyster, Reba Nell 
Depoyster, Wilburn Cayce 

Derrick, Arthur Aaron, III, 114, 329 

Derrick, Sidney Williams, 114, 329 

Derrington, Deborah Lynn 

Deshazo, James Hunt 

Dessommes, Jack Carver, 122, 122, 343 

De St. Germain, Teresa C. 

Deterly, James H., 297 

Deterly, William Henry, 181 

Deuschle, Edwin John 

Devane, Charles Richard 

Devaney, Deborah Du, 329 

Dewees, Herbert E., 167 

Deweese, Bobby Wayne 

Dexter, Mary May, 69, 147, 297 

Deyamport, Willie Henry, 343 

Dibenedetto, Fahey Anne, 97, 135, 191, 
343 

Diaz, Linda Ann, 343 

Dick, Henry Narcise 

Dickens, Gary Gene, 329 

Dickerson, Donald, 117, 343 

Dickerson, Ina Taylor 

Dickerson, James Luther 

Dickerson, Linda Jo, 135, 329 

Dickey, Donald Edward, 329 

Dickey, Ronald, 76, 297 

Dickson, Brooke Strother, 112, 161 

Dickson, Linda Sue, 329 

Dickson, Michael Samuel, 40, 114, 183 

Dickson, Walter Eugene, 117, 343 

Dikeman, Michael Lee, 185 

Dillard Anne Elizabeth 

Dillard, Larry Eugene, 115 

Dillingham, Brcce, Jr. 

Dillon, Elizabeth Anneal 

Dillon, Virgin David, 72 

Dillon, Willard M., Jr., 72 

Dilworth, Hiram Lee, 113 

Dionne, Paul Edward 

Dixon, Bruce Hubert, 179, 314 

Dixon, Carman Ray, Jr., 76, 77, 115, 
314 

Dixon, Janice Lottie 

Dobbs, Jimmy Gage, 329 

Dodson, Jack Robinson, 128, 169 

Dodson, William Peyton 

Doherty, James Paul, 343 

Dolan, Peggy Ann 

Doles, Maury Auval 

Dombrowski, Barbara Ann, 97, 343 

Dombrowski, S. Cordell, 124, 124 

Dominick, Warren Joseph, 112 

Donahue, Sandra Jeanne, 96, 147, 329 

Donald, James Edward, 112, 343 

Donald, John Alfred, 76, 297 

Donald, Sherry Mills, 296 

Donald, William Duncan, Jr., 161, 286 

Dong, Janet, 78, 329 

Donovan, Edward Frances, 115, 185 

Donovan, James E., 91, 286 

Doolittle, Jerry Alan, 157, 314 

Doran, Martha, 79, 143, 314 

Dorizas, Angelo John 

Dorrill, George Lee, 286 

Dorrill, Maria Joyce, 286 

Dorsey, Daniel Richard, 314 

Dorsey, Warren Candler, Jr. 

Dossett, Danny Earl 

Dossett, James K. 

Dossett, Linda S. Massey 

Doty, Glenn Alvon, 72 

Dougherty, Patricia M., 314 

Douglas, Peter B., 329 



Dove, Roy Edward, 123, 175, 329 

Dove, Susan Elizabeth, 286 

Dover, Jerry Lynn, 120, 189, 297 

Dowdy, Gloria Alice, 145, 343 

Dowdy, Guy William, Jr., 165, 343 

Dowdy, Robert Wayne 

Dowhan, Michael W., Jr., 82, 286 

Downer, Robert Selby 

Downing, James Lee 

Downs, Lawrence Mitchell 

Doyle, Gary Alan, 112 

Doyle, Linda Altean, 97, 149, 343 

Doyle, Sidney Eugene 

Dozier, Ronald Giles, 314 

Drake, Danny Alton 

Drake, Thomas A., Jr., 297 

Dreher, Kenneth R., 157 

Drennan, Cheryl Lee, 135, 314 

Drennan, Gary Dale 

Dressier, John Timothy 

Dressier, June Beverly 

Dribben, Billie Barnette, 39, 104, 314 

Drinkwater, William W„ Jr., 116, 171, 
190, 190, 343 

Droke, Joseph C, Jr. 

Drott, Jerry Harold 

Dryden, Mack Leon, 122 

Dubois, Bobby W., 169 

Dubose, Marilyn Louise, 297 
Duck, Howard L., Jr., 297 

Ducker, James G., 116, 157 
Ducker, Richard E., 157 

Duckworth, Marshull Glenn, 314 
Duffee, Ann E., 297 
Dugger, Sandra, 343 

Duke, Douglas Ratcliffe 

Dukes, James O., 35, 67, 185, 297 

Dukes, Rayford Edwin, 115, 343 

Dukes, Thomas Jefferson, 185, 329 

Dumas, Michael Eugene, 173, 329 

Dumas, William T., Jr. 

Dunavant, William David, 117, 169, 343 

Duncan, Eric Thompson, 77, 181 

Duncan, Eugenia Dianne 

Duncan, Marsha Carol, 137, 329 

Duncan, Melissa W. 

Duncan, Rose Ann, 89, 135, 329 

Duncan, Roy Eugene, 297 

Duncan, Sara Alice, 145, 329 

Duncan, Van A. 

Duncan, Victoria Ann, 135, 329 

Duncan, Wallace Gregory, 157 

Dunlap, William Ralph 

Dunn, Carroll Edward 

Dunn, Christopher A., 177, 297 

Dunn, Edgar M., Jr., 161, 297 

Dunn Harold Eugene 

Dunn, Kathryn Eileen, 97 

Dunn, Richard Minta, 69, 286 

Dunn, Walton B., Jr., 329 

Dunn, William David, 183 

Dunnam Richard Eugene 

Dunnan, Malcolm George, Jr., 169 

Dupree, James Edward, 159 

Duprel, Andrea April, 143, 329 

Durant, Mary Annette, 97, 149, 297 

Durham, Charles Preston 

Durrett, Mary Louise, 297 

Dye, Robert David, 329 

Dykes, Jewell K., Jr., 314 

Dykes, Johnny H. 

Dykes, Rebecca Taylor 

Dygert, Theodora Louise 

Dyre, Barbara Jane, 78, 135, 329 

Dyre, Mary Cathryn, 149, 191, 343 

Dzikielewski, Joseph F. 

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Earhart, Rachel, 68, 101, 147, 329 

Easley, Everette John, 157 

East, Kathryn, 147, 329 

East, William Jeff, 40, 286 

Easterling, Charles Ward, 99, 114, 169 

Easterling, Letson E., 343 

Easterling, Sherrill W. 

Easterling, William Ramsay, 169 

Eastland, Woods E., 67 

Eaton, Sallie R., 139, 329 

Eaton, William Robert, Jr., 122, 161 

Eavenson, Theresa Anne, 149, 297 

Eaves, Laddie Lane, 286 

Edmonds, Martha Lynn 

Edmondson, Frederick E., 286 

Edmondson, Susan Gilda, 149, 314 

Edmondson, David S., 112, 157, 343 

Edmondson, Martha Anne, 139, 329 

Edrington, Sandra Kay 

Edrington, Susan Ellen, 151, 191, 329 

Edwards, Bobby Joe 

Edwards, Charles Terrell 

Edwards, Donna Allan, 68, 149, 329 

Edwards, Harold M., Jr. 

Edwards, Ina Jacquelyn R., 286 

Edwards, James R., Jr., 159, 314 

Edwards, James S., Jr. 

Edwards, Kay E., 135, 329 

Edwards, Larry Wendell 

Edwards, Marilyn T. 

Edwards, Royce D. 

Edwards, Sherry Lilette, 139, 343 




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Edwards, Tommie Joe, 99, 114 
Edwards, Wanda Jean, 145, 314 
Edwards, William Hudson, Jr., 83, 112, 

329 
Egan, William John, Jr., 169, 329 
Egger, Nancy Ann, 97, 102, 141, 329 
Eichold, Elizabeth Ann, 139, 297 
Einhaus, Susan Lee. 135, 329 
Eisiminger, Karen Marlena, 153, 329 
Eisterhold, John A. 
Elam, Judy Kaye, 97, 101, 141, 329 
Eldardiri, Samia 
Elder, Ellen Estelle, 137 
Elder, Robert Lee 
Eldridge, Gary Gene 
Elfert, Roger Larkin, 171 
Elias, Ronald M., 173 
Elkins, James Carlton 
Elkins, Stephen G. 
Ellington, N. Devon, 315 
Ellington, Sherry Lynne, 343 
Elliott, Carolyn Edith, 97, 153, 329 
Elliott, Joseph Claude, 177, 315 
Elliott, Russell Edward, 116, 161, 343 
Elliott, Thomas Neal 
Elliott, Walter Mac Elliott, 116, 315 
Ellis, Helen June Burwell 
Ellis, Hiram Randall, 84 
Ellis, John Clyde 
Ellis, Lawrence H., Jr. 
Ellis, Mary Corinne, 89, 149. 343 
Ellis, Michael Edward, 185, 315 
Ellis, Mildred Teresa, 97, 153, 329 
Ellis, Miriam Helen, 143. 329 
Ellis, Nancy M., 135, 329 
Ellis, Nancy Margaret, 89. 149, 343 
Ellis, Robert Byron, Jr., 120, 185, 330 
Ellis, Robert Stephen, 185 
Ellis, Sarabeth W., 139, 297 
Ellis, Wilbert Marvin 
Ellzey, Leslie Dewitt, 169 
Elmore, Betty Lee 
Elmore, Donald C, 76, 123, 297 
Ely, Carol Flournoy 
Ely, James Scott, 173 
Embry, Robert R., Ill, 297 
Embrv, Edwin Phillips 
Embrv, Janice Phillips, 297 
Embry, Ralph F., Jr., 286 
Emerson, Peggy 

Emmons, Marion Joseph, 69, 297 
Endicott, Samuel C, 117 
Enloe, Rebecca Ann. 100, 151. 191, 343 
Engram, Alexis Marie, 151, 343 
Enoch, Joe McAdams, 185. 
Enochs, Karen Rebecca, 97, 145, 330 
Erikson, H. John, 117, 183 
Ernst, Charlene H. 
Ervin, James Richard 
Ervin, Richard Allen, 113 
Eshee, William Denver, Jr., 286 
Estes, Lois Ward, 141, 297 
Estes, Marshall S. 
Estes, Sharon Ann, 343 

Estes, Terry Louis 

Etheridge, Judith Nell, 97, 139, 343 

Etheriedge, John Charles, 330 

Ethridge, David Ferguson, 117 

Ethridge, Laura Ramage, 139, 343 

Ethridge, Lenore Lewis, 61, 68, 104, 
139, 330 

Ethridge, Thomas Monroe, 99, 159, 330 

Eubanks, Carolyn Sue, 297 

Eubanks, Mary Alice, 37, 315 

Eubanks, Robert Gordon 

Eure, Hugh Lynn, 167 

Evans, Bobby Gaynell 

Evans, Donnie Herbert, 286 

Evans, James William, 115 

Evans, John David, 330 

Evans, Larry Leverette 

Evans, Lynda Kaye 

Evans, Marsha Lee, 330 

Evans, Steven Roy 

Evans, Thomas Irvin, 315 

Evans, Victor Gayle 

Everett, Allie Naido, 41, 297 

Everett, Terry Eugene 

Everhart, Mary Ann, 330 

Everhart, Rodney Duane, 286 

Evertz, Robert 

Ewert, Paula Diane, 330 

Ewing, David, 75 

Ewing, Marilyn M., 297 

Ezell, Marporie Louise, 343 

Ezelle, Robert Harris, 330 



Fagan, Gregory Alan, 116 

Fagan, Julian W., Ill, 315 

Fair, Elizabeth Love, 97, 141, 315 

Fair, Eugene Love, 67, 70 

Fair, George Robertson, 40, 117, 171, 

343 
Fair, Jeanne Jamison, 68, 141, 330 
Faison, Tommy Eugene 
Fancher, Karen D., 297 
Fant, Helen Elizabeth, 139, 315 
Farber, Charles Bradshaw, 183 



Farber, Louis Allen 

Farese, John Booth 

Farese, Vivian Stannard 

Farmer, Donald Terry, 343 

Farmer, Fred Arthur, 330 

Farmer, James J., 169 

Famed, William Mallory 

Farnsworth, Bruce Carver 

Farnsworth, Perry Eugene, 120, 330 

Fair, Esther Field 

Farr, Leslie Kathleen, 137, 315 

Fair, Mary Julianna, 40, 97, 143, 343 

Farragut, Deborah Jane, 330 

Farragut, Kenneth David, 121 

Farrar, Donald Herman 

Farrar, Elizabeth Ann, 297 

Farrar, Emily Spencer, 143, 343 

Farrar, Robert L. Jr. 

Farrell, Michael J., 177, 315 

Farris, George Thomas, 161, 315 

Farris, Janis Lee, 137, 330 

Fairish, Linda, 79, 153, 315 

Faughn. Jerry S. 

Faulkner, Norris Olen, Jr., 

Faulkner, Vineth Vicki 

Fava, Anthony 

Favre, Tommye Dale, 147, 191, 343 

Fawcett, Frances Kelly 

Fawcett, John Rutherford, 112 

Fawcett, Patricia Kelly 

Fealhaber, Kathy Mona, 315 

Featherstone, William P., Jr., 117, 169 

Fedric, David McCune 

Feigley, Leslie Lyon, 116, 343 

Felder, Alfred Lee, 286 

Felder, Dayle Raborn 

Felder, James Gary, 72 

Feldman, James Michael, 330 

Feldman, Phillip. II 

Feldman, Samuel David, 183. 343 

Feliciano, Juarbe Marcos, 286 

Fellows, Donald K. Jr., 161 

Feltenstein, Ned A. 

Felts, Morris Leon 

Felts, Robert Benjamin 

Fenimore.Nelson Stewart. 297 

Fenstermacher, Mary Ann. 343 

Fenwick, Jason McCool, 315 

Ferdon, William R. 

Ferguson, Anna Frances, 149, 343 

Ferguson, Bailey Joe 

Ferguson, Elizabeth Claire 

Ferguson, Gertrude Betty, 147, 315 

Ferguson, Gordon J. 

Ferguson, Harvey Glenn, 70, 113, 330 

Ferguson, Helen Beth, 137. 343 

Ferguson, Hilda Marie, 297 

Ferguson, James Marlton, 297 

Ferguson, Johnnie Walter, 343 

Ferguson, Larry T. 

Ferguson, Suzan Lamb, 330 

Ferguson, William F., 286 

Ferry, Candice Ruth, 343 

Ferrell, John Alexander, 157, 343 

Ferrell, Keith Winfred, 112 

Ferrell, Rita Gay, 102 

Ferris Douglas Mims 

Ferris, Eugene B., Ill, 67 

Ferris, John Perrin, 181 

Ferris, Lucian Minor, 183, 343 

Field, David Dudley, 297 

Fields, John Foster, 40, 185, 315 

Fields, Leo Joseph 

Fields, Pamela Joy, 343 

Figg, Milton Hunt 

Filek, Leon, Jr. 

Files, Joe Clark, 60 

Fillingame, Cynthia Gayle, 343 

Finch, Evelyn Leda, 135 

Fincher, Murray Byron, 171, 343 

Findley, Jerome, Justin 

Finke, Larry Lane 

Finklea, Nora L., 79 

Finley, Edward Wayne 

Firestone. Dorothy A. 

Fisackerly, James Samuel, Jr., 177, 
297 

Fischelmayer, Ruth H., 135 

Fischer, Eugenia G. 

Fischer, James Franklin, 343 

Fisher, Dorothy Anne, 297 

Fisher, Lorabeth, 135, 315 

Fisher, Robert Allan, 116, 167, 344 

Fitch, Frederick Parmelee, 344 

Fitts, Thomas Velder 

Fitzgerald, Jann, 149, 330 

Fitzgerald, Mary M. 

Fitzgerald, Pauline M. 

Fitzhugh, Scott P. 

Fitzpatrick, Richard S. 

Flagg, Carolyn B., 141 

Flagg, Katharine Broadwell, 100, 141, 
315 

Flanagan, Janiece 

Flanary, Thomas Michael, 189, 330 

Flanders, James Wall, 104. 189. 330 

Flansburg, James Raymond, 119, 330 

Flatt, Sidney Meigs 

Fleming, Gorden Ware. 169 

Fleming, Phillip Jerome 

Fleming, Sarah Ellen, 315 



Fletcher, John Charles, 183, 190, 344 
Fletcher, John Lathrop, 82 
Fletcher, Suzanne, 330 
Flinn, Fred Rusher, 63, 70, 77, 185. 

315 
Flint, Frederick, Walters 
Flint, Samuel Ashton, 63 
Flippin, James L., 315 
Flippin, Joe Ernest, 117, 157, 330 
Flippin, Leslie Lewis 
Flowers, Linda L., 151 
Floyd, Elise Goode 
Floyd, Mayecilla Ann, 330 
Floyd, Myron David 
Floyd, Nancy Ellen, 97. 143, 344 
Floyd, Rebecca Ann, 297 
Floyd, Tom Sledge 
Fly, Henry Edward, 88, 297 
Fly, James Douglas, 99, 112, 344 
Fly, Kenneth Edward, 115 
Flynn, James Benjamin 
Flynn, Marsha Leigh, 97 
Flynn, Stephen Dwight 
Fokeladeh, Mohammad Nazih 
Foley, Michael James, 116, 344 
Foose, Charles William, 117, 171, 344 
Foose, Jonathan Edward, 181 
Foose, Robert M. 
Forbes, James Tuck 
Forbus, Feriel Jay 
Ford, Cora Ann 
Ford. Dan Ralph, Jr., 113, 183 
Ford, Ebb James 
Ford, James David, 159 
Ford. James Oliver 
Ford, James Richard 
Ford, Sandra Heard 
Ford. Susan Janette, 143, 330 
Ford, Terrianne Walters 
Ford, William Reynolds, Jr., 70, 112, 

159, 330 
Ford,' William Watkins, III 
Fore, David M., 128, 179, 315 
Foregger, Herbert V. 
Foret, Christopher Joseph, 286 
Forman, Michael Roy 
Forman, Richard Lamar, 315 
Forman. Roane Devereux, 145. 298 
Forrest, William Charles. 40, 179, 315 
Forrester, David Chalaron, 117, 167, 

344 
Forrester, Margaret L., 286 
Forster, Robert Sharp 
Fortier, Robert Frederick 
Fortner, Judith Love 
Fortson, Susan Ann 
Foshee, Jane Carol, 97, 139, 344 
Foster, Arthur G., 177 
Foster, Edward Lee, 179, 315 
Foster, James Thomas, 315 
Foster, Jerry Keith 
Foster, Marilyn Pauline, 78, 286 
Foster, Ralph Davis, 315 
Foster, Telena Kaye, 64, 97. 153. 298 
Foster, Wilson Jerome. Jr., 286 
Foulk, Dona Watson, 298 
Fountain, Bettye R., 89, 315 
Fountain, Myrna D. 
Fournier. Bradley Harold 
Fowler, Hallie Hargrove, 97, 147, 330 

Fowler, James Randle 

Fowler, Jamie Frances, 97, 102, 143, 
344 

Fowler, Jerry Curtis, 315 

Fowler, Kenneth B., Ill, 179 

Fowler, Ronald F. 

Fowler, William Cary, 40 

Fox, Claude Leroy 

Fox, Danny 

Fox, Fleeta E., 141, 298 

Fox, Gary Merkell 

Fox, Terry Joe, 315 

Foxx, Steven Wayne, 113, 330 

Fraiser, Rita Lynn, 315 

Frame, Ann Elizabeth L. 

Frame, Belle Wade, 97 

Frame, Jesse S. 

France, Jeanette Laughton. 298 

France, Robert Lyle, 83, 315 

Francis, Brenda Julia, 344 

Frank, Barbara Ellen, 97, 135, 315 

Franklin, Bessie Virginia, 79 

Franklin, Hugh Carl 

Franklin, Hullette Reed 

Franklin, Martha Beth, 344 

Franks, Floyd Wright 

Franks, Mamie B. 

Fratesi, Shirley Ann. 245, 298 

Frazier, Brenda Margaret, 97, 151, 298 

Frazier, Frances Berry 

Frazier, Gerald Bennett, 98. 298 

Frederic, Robert Q., 102 

Freel. Patrick, Thomas, 122 

Freel, Susan Kathleen 

Freeman, Charlotte Eliz 

Freeman, Daniel James, 315 

Freeman David Barry, 330 

Freeman, Deborah Sue. 97. 137. 330 

Freeman, Gary Van, 113 

Freeman, John Howard, III 

Freeman, Robert Alan, 72, 315 



Freeman, William Harrell, 90, 344 

Freeny, Patricia Ann 

Freeze, Danny Hugh 

French, Chryl Rose, 315 

French, George Tyler 

French, John Larry 

French, Sandra Larue, 330 

French, Susan Louise 

French, William B., Jr. 

Freund, Charlotte Lynette, 97, 135 

Frias, Numa R. 

Friday, Phillip Michael 

Frdge, Bailey Oscar, 185 

Friend, Joseph 

Frishman, Esther Rose 

Frishman, Leon B. 

Frost, Barbara Gail, 315 

Frost, Terry Allen, 185 

Fruge, Don Luis, 67. 94, 183. 286 

Fruge, Mary Ann, 286 

Fry, James Fred 

Frye, Nancy Helen, 149, 315 

Fuchs, Joseph Paul 

Fuchs, Robert Bowman, 181 

Fudge, Jack Dennis 

Fulcher, Helen Robinson, 93, 139, 315 

Fuller, Jane D., 68, 101, 139, 330 

Fuller, Nancy Fay, 286 

Fuller, Robert Henry, 181, 298 

Fuller, Roger Lynn 

Fulton, Brenda Kathryne, 97 

Fulton, Ronald Wayne 

Fulton, Sandra Stuart, 147, 344 

Fulton, Susan Quinn, 147, 344 

Furman, Frances McGuire 

Furr, Charles Francis, 315 

Furr, Chellie Lucretia, 143, 344 

Furr, Cynthia Yeats 

Furr, Ray Albert, Jr.. 330 

Furr, William F., 330 

Fyfe, Charles Watkins 

Fyke, Frazier Earl, 70, 86, 183 



Gabriel, James Harry, 113, 157, 330 

Gaines, Edward Ray 

Gaither, Paula Louise, 96, 147, 330 

Gajewicz, Thomas Conrad 

Galberry, John Henry, 122, 185 

Galbreath, William Percy, 169 

Galey, Glenn Embry, 113, 185 

Gallaher, Darvis Quinn, 315 

Gallaspy, Glenn Todd, 183, 344 

Gallaspy, John Russell 

Gallo, A. Jerome 

Gallop, Patricia S. 

Galloway, David M. 

Galloway, Estella June 

Galloway, Harold L. 298 

Galloway, James B., 185, 298 

Galloway, John Lanter. 116, 185 

Galyean, Woodrow W., 116 

Gamblin. James Elra 

Gambrell, Andrew Marlowe 

Gamot, Albert Jean 

Gamot, Joanne 

Ganji, Frederick K. 

Ganji, Janette Khanshan 

Gann, Olen Wayne 

Garber, William Lee, 315 

Gardner, Charlotte Anita, 298 

Gardner, Gerald Hiram, 115, 169, 330 

Gardner, June Sneed 

Gardner, William Earl 

Garlic, William Stewart 

Garner, Albert 

Garner, Dewey D., 67, 286 

Garner, E. Jackson 

Garner, Howell Collier 

Garner, Janice Carol, 151 

Garner, John Clarence, 315 

Garner, Michael Edward 

Garner, Paul Michael, 189, 344 

Garraway, Thomas Victor, Jr., 157 

Garriga, Dave Louis, 113 

Garrigan, Thomas Patrick, 99, 115, 344 

Garrigues, Kay Jeannette 

Garrigues, Robert M. 

Garrison, Gaynell, 97, 153 

Garrison, Johnny A. 

Garrison, Patricia C. 

Garrison, Rodney Alan 

Garrity, James Byron, 115, 169 

Garth, William P., Jr., 35, 60, 70, 86, 

93 171 315 
Gart'in. William C, Jr., 181, 315 
Gary, Allen Woods, 173, 315 
Gary, Howard Sharp, 117. 330 
Gary, John W., Ill, 39, 62 
Gaskin, Chita Beasley, 147, 330 
Gaston, C. G., Jr., 
Gaston. Richard Barry, 315 
Gates, Charles G., 169 
Gates, Haley S., 169 
Gatewood, Edith A., 153, 298 
Gatewood, Leonard B., 70, 163, 315 
Gatlin, Nancy L., 298 
Gautier, Cecelia Anne, 147, 315 
Gay, Gerald Conner, 115, 187, 344 
Gay, Joe Thomas, 115, 187, 298 



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Gay, Marion Alexander, 344 

Gee, Jonelle Langston 

Gee, Peter, 70, 330 

Gee, Thomas, 117, 344 

Geeslin, Gary Lloyd 

Geiselman, Charles W., Jr. 

Gelhaar, James Edwin, 286 

Genin, John Lee 

Genin, Robert Lawrence, Jr. 

Gentry, Barbara May, 298 

Gentry, Dwight Terry 

Gentry, Kenneth, 315 

Gentry, Murray, Jr. 

George, Fred Anthony, 183 

George, Hershell, 179, 315 

George, Jane Stewart, 151, 330 

George, Joseph Patterson, 113, 169 

George, Mary, 100 

George, William Walker 

Gerard, Jere A. 

Gercens, Janis 

Getchell, Ellen L., 315 

Gex, Joseph W., 169 

Giadrosich, Ronald B., 315 

Gibbons, Marjorie Elizabeth 

Gibbs, John T., Jr., 77, 119, 123, 169, 

330 
Gibbes, Walter Henry, 161, 315 
Gibson, Catherine Davis 
Gibson, Catherine V., 315 
Gibson, Charles E., Ill 
Gibson, Craig Allen, 112, 344 
Gibson, John Reed, 157 
Gibson, Linda K„ 145, 298 
Gibson, Mary Elizabeth 
Gibson, Mary Grace 
Gibson, Randel Clyde, 91, 298 
Gibson, Ray Mickenl 
Gibson, Revelyn Costella 
Gibson, Susan Knight 
Giffin, Alan Lawrence, 112, 179, 344 
Gilbert, Donald Lee 
Gilbreath, Jerry Michael, 40, 113, 157, 

330 
Gilder, Barbara Hunt, 145, 344 
Gilfoy, Lady Melinda, 97, 139 
Gill, Angela C. 
Gill, Craig, Dulin, 157 
Gill, John Waits, Gill, 116, 185 
Gill, Kinlock, Jr. 

Gill, Newton Gregg, 67, 74, 179, 289 
Gillander, Jean Kollen, 147, 330 
Gillentine, David Van, 315 
Gillespie, Gail, 147, 298 
Gillespie, George Y., Ill, 163 
Gillespie, Terry Lee, 115, 344 
Gillespie, William Barry, 183 
Gilliam, Murray Cawthon, 116, 157, 

344 
Gilliland, John Lyon 
Gillis, Alma Claire, 40, 315 
Gillis, Helen Beth 
Gilluly, Georgia Anne, 143, 344 
Gilly, Roberta Jane, 105, 315 
Gilmore, John Vincent 
Girard, Charles John, 286 
Girod, Rieth, 137. 330 
Givens, Keitha, 344 
Gleason, David Charles, 116, 157, 344 
Glenn, James Allen 
Glenn, Linda Louise, 104, 298 
Glover, Wilma Jean 
Goad, Marilyn Joyce, 330 
Gober, Beckey Jane, 315 
Gober, Donald Freeman, 70, 76. 298 
Gober, George Davis, 83, 114, 330 
Gober, Nelda Lynn, 89, 316 
Godbold, John R ; chard 
Godburn, Gerald Timothy, 113 
Godfrey, Lon Howard 
Godwin, Chauncey R., 114, 330 
Goettman, Linda Jeanne, 97, 298 
Goff, Robert Murray, 116, 179 
Goggans, Claudia Michele 
Goins, Tommie L. 
Golden, Gayle Lovette, 40, 139, 316 
Golden, James Reginald 
Golden, Sonia Gwen 
Golden, Woodrow W., 40, 181, 330 
Goldman, Thomas W., Jr. 
Goldstein, Alan Barry, 298 
Goldstein, Russell Numa, 112, 117 
Gole, Maurice Joseph, 116, 116 
Golladay, Tibbs Monford 
Gollott, Luther Carroll, 116 
Gong, Harry Don, 116 
Gooch, Louise W. 
Goodin, Ronald Hal, 115 
Goodman, David Gilfred, 171 
Goodman, James David, 179. 330 
Goodnight, Edwin D., 114, 157, 330 
Goodwin, Barbara Ann 
Goodwin, Charles Keny 
Goodwin, Richard Douglas, 316 
Goodwyn, Karen Booth 
Goolsby, Rita Lane, 79, 330 
Gordon, Danny Ferrell. 83, 113 
Gordon, Emily Carol, 286 
Gordon, Gary Gray 
Gordon, Kay Carol, 137, 344 



Gordon, Robert Tiffany, Jr., 76, 121, 

173, 298 
Gordon, Gayle Susan, 143, 316 
Gore, Sam Pinkney, III, 169, 330 
Gorove, Margaret Joan 
Goss, James Hines, 169 
Gottshall, Gay, 145, 316 
Gottshall, William R., Jr., 35, 185, 293 
Gough, John Evans, 116, 179, 344 
Gould, Douglas Randall, 169, 344 
Gouras, Jimmy George, 128, 179 
Goza, Elizabeth, 145, 316 
Graeber, Dewitt Love, 181, 330 
Graeber, Gay Grafton, 97, 145, 316 
Graeber, Geri Clark, 139, 298 
Graeber, James Peyton, 112, 181. 344 
Graeber, Lawrence Cary, 181, 316 
Gragson, Keith Austin, 167, 330 
Gragston, Patricia Ann 
Gragson, William George, Jr., 167 
Graham, Beverly Lynn, 153, 344 
Graham, Ida Hervey, 286 
Graham, Laurie Louise, 141, 298 
Graham, Lillian Smith, 141, 316 
Graham, Richard Newell, 179. 316 
Graham, Robert Lynn, 112. 159. 344 
Graham, William David, 161, 330 
Graham, William H. 
Gramling, Ruth Elizabeth, 40, 137, 316 
Grant, Bobby Gene 
Grant, Jimmy Wayne 
Grant, John A., Ji., 298 
Grant, Linda Jean, 344 
Grant, Thomas Joseph, 84 
Grant, William Frederick, 157 
Grantham, Charles R.. 117 
Grantham, John L., 171 
Gratz, Michael Blakely 
Gravely, Kitty Hay, 97 151, 316 
Graves, Arthur Lee, 2.-<6 
Graves, Betty Ross 

Graves. Glenda Sue 

Graves, Janet Lou, 96, 143, 344 

Graves, Joe Elijah 

Graves, Marilyn Anita. 97. 344 

Graves, Martha Kaye, 97, 101, 143, 191, 
344 

Graves. Obie Lee, 286 

Graves, Robert W. 

Graves, Sam Ervin, 169 

Gray, Anne Thompson 

Gray, Bruce J. 

Gray. Charles Lee, 98. 316 

Gray. David Blackwell. 169, 298 

Gray, David Montgomery 

Gray, Douglas Kevin, 114 

Gray, Duncan Montgomery, 115, 183, 
344 

Gray, Gary Rodney 

Gray, James Gage, 115 

Gray, James Harold 

Gray, Katherine Dawson 

Gray Kathryn L., 316 

Gray, Linda Lunceford 

Gray, Linda Rose, 316 

Gray. Paul Richard, 330 

Gray Patricia A. Puckett 

Gray, Reginald Arthur 

Gray, Robert David, 98, 298 

Gray, W. Dabney Smith, 121 

Gray, Wanda Carol, 330 

Gray, William Alan, 112, 117, 171, 344 

Greathouse, Gary Quinn 

Green, Algie L., 114 

Green, Frederick Harrison, 40, 175, 
298 

Green, John Grady, 171. 344 

Green, Mildred L., 61, 68, 79, 97, 145, 
331 

Green. Willie Travick. 28C 

Greenbaum, Clifford Marvin 

Greene, Alva Gene 

Greene, Mary Marsha, 97. 153, 331 

Greene, Thomas Arnold, 298 

Greene, William Russell, 179, 316 

Greenhaw, Stephen Murdock, 40, 173, 
286 

Greenich, Michael Duke, 316 

Greenwell, Elizabeth S. R., 316 

Greenwell, Susan Jarrell, 316 

Greenwell, William Scott, 286 

Greer, Alfred Walter 

Greer, Betty J. 

Greer, George A. 

Greer, Green Barry, 115, 344 

Gregg, Don William 

Gregg, Frankie Darnell, 344 

Gregory, Edgar Allen, 316 

Gregory, Ellen Jane, 143, 316 

Gregory, Frederick Crecy, 179 

Gregory, Grier Joseph 

Gregory. Lanny Lee 

Gregory, Linda Ruth, 79, 89, 135, 316 

Gregory, Susan M. 

Gresham, Paul Michael. 189. 316 

Gresham, William Walton, III, 115, 344 

Griesbeck, William G., 331 

Griesinger, Robert Douglas 

Griffin, Alice Antoinette 

Griffin, Carolyn Sargent 

Griffin, Edward Joseph, 298 

Griffin, Glenn Clifton, 84 



Griffin, James G., 185 

Griffin, Joseph P., 115. 171, 316 

Griffin, Judy Carole, 331 

Griffin, Richard Bradley, 82, 286 

Griffin, Susan Olivia, 298 

Griffith, James E. 

Griffith, John David, 117, 157 

Griffith, Susan Thomas, 286 

Crimes, F. Anita, 147. 2:8 

Grimes, James Alan, 114, 157, 331 

Grisham, Eddie, Jackson, 316 

Grisham, Faye, Dianne, 100, 344 

Grisham, Linda Kaye Thomas, 316 

Grisham, Susan Louise 

Grissom, Carl H. 

Grogan, James Erwin 

Gross, Dinah Gail, 344 

Gruggs, Clinton Julian, 286 

Grubbs, Shelby Russell. 115, 161, 314 

Grymanis, Vasilios T., 286 

Guarr, Bartes Alfred, 112 

Guckert, Stephanie Ann. 344 

Guest, Patricia Louise, 97, 147, 316 

Guice, Carolyn Lee, 141, 344 

Guice, Jacob Davis, 116, 179, 344 

Guider, Thomas Calvin, 112, 171, 344 

Gunby, Dean Perdue 

Gunkel. Dale Owen, 91, 298 

Gunn, Frieda Sharon 

Gunn, Linda Jo, 139 

Gunn, Raymond G., 116, 344 

Gunter, Van Douglas 

Gupton, William Edwin, 116, 181, 344 

Gurley, Helen Sue. 316 

Gurner, Betty Evans 

Gurner, John Kennedy 

Gustafson, David Alan 

Guy, Robert Sidney 

Guy. William Lester. 76. 128, 157, 298 

Guvton, John Richard, 40, 60, 67, 183, 

316 
Guyton, Michael Hardin, 99, 169. 316 
Guyton. Stephen Lufkin, 40, 99, 331 
Guyton. Wanda Faye 
Gwin, George Bannister, 116, 171, 344 
Gwyn, Ruth Diane, 100, 316 



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Habes, John D., Jr. 

Hadad, John, III, 167 

Hadad, Susan Phillips 

Haddock, James W., 185, 2S8 

Hadley, James Edward, 115 

Hagan, Cheryl Anne, 97, 143. 344 

Hagan, Patricia Anne, 61, 331 

Hagerman, Shirley Ann, 145, 316 

H?gwood, Leon Carl 

Haik, James Emil, 114, 161, 331 

Haik, Joseph M., 67, 77 

Haik, William Emile, 116, 161, 344 

Hailey, Janet Lynn, 97, 316 

Hailey. Paula Kay, 97, 344 

Haimes, Terry Michael, 298 

Haining, Sidney Webster, 167 

Haire, William C, 316 

Halat, Paul Lawrence, 286 

Hale, Allen Irby, 316 

Hale, Gerald Lamar 

Haley, Hamilton York, 91 

Haley, William Cortez, 298 

Halfacre, William Morris, 298 

Hall, Bradley Gaines. 99, 114, 185 

Hall, Donald Street, 181, 298 

Hall, Donna S. 

Hall, Emmett Russell, 117, 344 

Hall. Henderson S., Jr., 35, 36, 67, 77, 

117, 167, 316 
Hall, Holly Augusta, 143, 316 
Hall, James Emory, 181, 345 
Hall, John Gladden 
Hall, John Lester 
Hall, Larry McDonald 
Hall, Laura Ann, 145 
Hall, Linda Sue, 298 
Hall, Marilyn L., 331 
Hall, Mary Julia, 149, 345 
Hall. Melissa Ann, 147, 315 
Hall, R. Ralph 
Hall, Virginia Crockett 
Hall, William Larry, 121, 331 
Halstead. Harold Fred, 286 
Halter, Theodore Lewis, 90, 345 
Haltom, John Thomas 
Hamachek, Craig Lawrence, 331 
Hamblin, O. Lynn. 316 
Hambv, William Gerald 
Hamill, Robert W., 286 
Hamilton, Catherine Allen 
Hamilton, Jimmy Lynn 
Hamilton, Linda Lee, 97. 149, 316 
Hamilton, Sherry Lvnn, 331 
Hamilton, Wallace Earl 
Hamilton, William Barry, 185 
Hamilton. William Prince 
Hamlin, Wilbur Gordon. 345 
Hamm, Marcia Anne, 147, 298 
Hammett. Harold P., Jr., 299 
Hammond, Betty Adams 
Hammond, Roger Alan 
Hammons, Dennis Vernon, 345 
Hamner, Judith Ann, 135, 345 



Hamp, Maurice, 121, 345 

Hancock, Tirnmie 

Hand, Benjamin F., Ill, 167 

Haney, Beverly Jo 

Haney, Elinor Lynn. 102, 137, 299 

Haney, Martha Clyde, 102, 139, 299 

Hankins, Nancy Melissa, 143, 345 

Hanna, Donie Christine 

Hannon, James Larry, 299 

Hanry, Elizabeth Rogers, 100, 149, 31« 

Hansel, Cary Johnson 

Hanson, Bruce James 

Hantla, George Bradley, 187 

Haralson, Zola Marie 

Haraway, Claude Fields, 99, 157, 331 

Harbin, James Michael 

Harbour, Mary Wilhoit 

Hardaway, Sally Diane. 149. 316 

Harden, Marie Goodwin, 287 

Harden, Theron Dewey, Jr., 299 

Hardin, Edwin Chester, 287 

Hardin, James Robert, 70, 113, 159, 

316 
Hardin, John Fox, 114, 181, 331 
Hardin, Mildred E., 149 
Hardin, Robert H. 
Hardin, Robert S. 
Hardin, Thomas Cranford, 183, 345 
Hardison, Mikel Allen, 183 

Hardison, Eugene Peete, Jr., 113, 331 

Hardison, Robert Cecil, 183 

Hardister, Edward L., 76, 121 

Hardy, Barbara Nell, 316 

Hardy, Benjamin Andrew 

Hardy, David Paul 

Hardy, Larry Jerome, 63 

Hargraves, George Edward, 157, 299 

Hargrove, Hay ward W., 287 

Harkey, Deborah Lea, 299 

Harkey, Erik G. 

Harlow, Wyatt E., 116, 345 

Harmon, Mary Sandra, 97, 137, 345 

Harnes, Daisy Vivian, 287 

Harness, Emily Ann, 40, 97, 316 

Harper, Addie Elizabeth 

Harper, Alice Marion 

Harper, Ben Irvin, 287 

Harper, Bryan Brand, Jr., 287 

Harper, John M., 122 

Harper, Judith K., 64, 73, 96, 97, 147, 
299 

Harper, Kenneth Marion 

Harper, Michael Scott, 157 

Harper, William K., 70, 86, 167, 331 

Harpole, Horace Wilson 

Harral, John Menteith, 120, 175 

Harrell, Candace Jane, 97, 147 

Harrell, William J., 185, 316 

Harrelson, James A. 

Harrelson, Kenneth Dale 

Harrelson, Martha Ann, 331 

Harrington, Geraldine 

Harrington, Shelley 

Harris, Aubrey Russell, II 

Harris, Catherine Brigid, 145, 316 

Harris, Carolyn Ann, 89, 135, 299 

Harris, Craig Millar, 173, 299 

Harris, Jerry Lee 

Harris, Judi Mitchell 

Harris, Lawrence Martin 

Harris, Michael Edward, 181, 345 

Harris, Nancy Fleming, 316 

Harris, Phillip Gerald 

Harris, Robert E., 72 

Harris, Stephen Alan, 40, 122, 161, 316 

Harris, Titus Lonnie, 104 

Harris, Wayne Stanley, 

Harris, William Larry 

Harris, William Thomas, 115, 183 

Harrison, Donald M., Jr., 173, 316 

Harrison, Duane H. 

Harrison, Glen D. 

Harrison, Jayne Davis 

Harrison, Mary Sandra, 89, 96, 135, 
345 

Harrison, Michael G., 74. 76. 90, 299 

Harrison. Nancy Lynn, 79, 102, 299 

Harsh, Martha Murray, 151, 191, 345 

Hart, Frank Edward, 167, 345 

Hart, James Douglas, 299 

Hart, Larry G. 

Hart, Philip Newman, 120, 179, 345 

Harthcock, Billy H. 

Hartin, John Sykes, 116 

Hartin, Martha E., 299 

Hartin, Rita M. 

Hartley, Aubrey Eugene 

Hartsfield, F. Stephen, 121, 169, 190, 
331 

Hartshorn, John W. 

Hartwell, Jerold Keith, 121 

Harty, Timothy Clancy, 120, 331 

Hartzog, Hugh Miller, 171, 316 

Harvey, Jan Marie, 147, 331 

Harvey, John Elliot, 90. 183, 316 

Harvey, Linda Ruth, 137, 345 

Harvey, Mary Jane, 153, 299 

Harvey, Randy Lee, 299 

Harwell, Fred Reid, 316 

Harwell, James Emerson, Jr. 

Harwell, James Larry 

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Haskett, Kathy Carol, 153, 345 

Haskins, Norman, Gene, 171 

Hasler, Barbara Joan Pool 

Hasler. Scott Gamer, Jr. 

Hasseltine, Hanley E„ 183, 331 

Hassin, E. Diane 

Hasting, Judy Cornelia, 139, 316 

Hastings. John Thomas 

Hatcher, John Cary, 113, 173, 331 

Hatcher, Thomas N. 

Hathaway, George L., 316 

Hathaway, Sarah Bailey, 287 

Hathorn, Ronnie Lawson 

Hattox, Brock Alan, 74, 77 

Haun, Boyd Phillips 

Haven, Jan Campbell 

Haven, Louis Franklin 

Hawkins, Harold Wayne, 60. 70, 89. 

316 
Hawkins, Jane Dale. 139. 331 
Hawkins Jo Beth, 149. 345 
Hawkins. John Leonard. 113, 157, 331 
Hawkins, Joseph G., 183 
Hawkins, Linda Lee 
Hawkins, Patti June, 153 
Hawkins, Susan Ann, 149, 331 
Hawks, Joanne Varner 
Hawks. Paul Harvey 
Hayden. Henry Thomas. 91 
Hayes, William F., 171, 299 
Hayles, Kenny Joseph, 117, 179, 345 
Hayles, Ronald Stephen, 179. 316 
Haynes, Dewayne 
Haynes, Herbert, 316 
Haynes, Mary Allen 
Haynie, Shelia Ann, 97 
Hayward. Linda Kay, 145, 345 
Hazard, Florence A.. 151, 345 
Hazelrigg. Robert Crooks, 167 
Hazlewood, Percy L., Jr., 98 
Hazlewood. Mary Lee, 345 
Heard, Kenneth Martin 
Hearin. Robert M., 167, 299 
Hearne, Frank Thompson, 287 
Heatherly, Barbara Gayle 
Heathman, Carol Virginia, 331 
Heavener, Rondy Gale. 117 
Hebbard. Michael Kearney, 187. 345 
Hederman, Hap. Jr., 40, 77, 88, 94, 

299 
Hederman. Janelle Taylor 
Hedges, Michael Lee, 70, 331 
Heen, Richard Roy, 83. 112. 159, 331 
Hefley, James Calvin, 316 
Heidel. H. Ray, 185 
Heidelberg. Rowland W., Ill, 183 
Heinrich, Grace Townsend 
Heisler, Roger Allan 
Heliums, Betty Ann, 287 
Heliums. James H. 
Heliums. Winifred Ruth. 78, 287 
Helms, Brenda, 100, 316 
Helms, Margaret Ann 
Helms. William Lee. 98, 299 
Hemphill. Nancy Carolyn. 331 
Hemphill. Ralph W.. 39. 67. 287 
Henders, Richard Allen 
Henderson, Dorothv B 
Henderson, James Dewey. 173. 316 
Henderson, John Clark, 116, 167, 345 
Henderson, John H. 
Henderson, Lionel, 345 
Henderson, Ose Fenn 
Henderson, Randy Carol, 137. 345 
Henderson, Sarah Jane, 137, 345 
Henderson, Wesley Allen 
Hendrix, Albert Randel 
Hendrix, Robert E., Jr., 169 
Henley, Chester Abraham 
Henley, John A. 
Henry. Andrew Lee, 331 
Henry, David Chan, 115, 183. 345 
Henry, Elizabeth Ann 
Henry, Goly Rice, 139 
Henry, Claire Jane, 145 
Henry, Theresa Janis. 97, 145 
Henry. Karen S.. 105, 145 
Henry Merrilyn Edith, 299 
Sneed, Patricia H., 287 
Henry. Robert Hiram 
Henry. Samuel Victor 
Henson, Buford Shands, 91 
Henson, John Pittman, 181, 317 
Henson, Mable Lee 
Henson, Marianne. 43, 97, 151, 331 
Henson, Patricia Diane 
Hepburn, David Russell, Jr., 287 
Herard, Claude D. 
Herbert Sally Mary 
Herbold, Charles Frederick 
Herkner, David Alan, 299 
Herlong, Mary Delle. 61, 68. 139, 331 
Herm, John Robert, 115, 345 
Herman, Steven Harris 
Herndon, Mary Lewis. 139. 331 
Herrera, Anthony John, 183 
Herring, Arnold Jackie 
Herring, David Jed. 113 
Herring. James Ray, 331 
Herring, Melody B., 151, 299 
Herring, Robert A., III. 83, 173, 299 
Herrington, Sherron Gail 



Herron, Charles R., Ill, 88, 94, 179, 

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Herron, Willa O.. 299 
Hertl, George Alois. 189 
Hester, Barbara Jean, 145, 331 
Hester, Paul Vernon, 169. 317 
Hester, Raymond B. 
Hester, William E., 76, 77, 116, 183, 

317 
Hester, William Stewart 
Hewitt, Joseph D.. 70. 159, 317 
Hewitt, William H., Jr. 
Hewitt, William T., 70, 74, 98. 171, 299 
Hibbett, Eugene P. 
Hickey, Beverly Anne, 100, 115. 345 
Hickingbotham, Carolyn E. 
Hickman. Frederick Gantt, 183 
Hickman, John Merritt 
Hickman, Margaret S. 
Hickman, Mary Margaret 
Hicks, James Lonnie. Ill, 115, 159, 331 
Hicks, Shelah Paulette 
Hicks, Silas Simmons, 167 
Hicks, Susan 

Hicks. Terry Allen, 82, 299 
Hicks, Gatlin Wanda. 287 
Hiden. Katherine Barrow 149 315 
Hiett. Alden Scott. 117. 187, 315 
Higdon, Marilyn Maxine 
Higgason, James Howard 
Higgins, Alvin F., Ill 
Higgins, Carole Ann, 40, 151, 317 
Hilburn, Barbara Ann 
Hilby. Bruce Titus 
Hill. Diana W.. 345 
Hill, Dorothy Michelle 
Hill, Harold Ex, 299 
Hill, Hurd Jon, 287 
Hill, Joy Elizabeth 
Hill, Kay McCulley 
Hill. Maxine, 317 
Hill, Nancy Clara. 139 
Hill. Robert Welsh, Jr., 161, ?45 
Hill, Ronald Harris 
Hill, William Frank, 345 
Hilsabeck, Daniel Leigh, 114, 332 
Himes, Raymond Eugene, Jr. 
Hindman. Steve Hamilton 70, 1S3 
Hinds, William Wallace. 157 
Hines, Linda, 61. 68. 145 
Hines, Varner Reid, 141, 299 
Hinshaw, Joseph McMillan. 121. 161, 

345 
Hinshaw, Primrose Elizabeth 
Hipp, Max Davis 
Hiscox, David George 
Hiscox Irene Byram 
Hiscox. John Hamilton 
Hitchcock, Walter Theodore, 287 
Hitt, Curtis Wayne 
Hitt. Thomas Richard 
Hoar Betty Jane 
Hobbs, Barbara Montez, 332 
Hobbs, Etoile Bassett 
Hobbs, Milton Dannelly. 122. 183. 032 
Hobby. Judy Bryan, 139. 317 
Hobson, Donna Sue, 105 
Hodge, Joseph Dee 
Hodge, Theron Eldrid, Jr. 
Hodge, Thomas Russell 
Hodges, Allen Daniel, 117 
Hodges, Barbara Smith 
Hodges, Douglas John, 299 
Hodges, Lynn Barry, 332 
Hodges, Ray Wilson, Jr., 287 
Hodgson. Pamela Haynes. 145. 317 
Hodo, Edward D., Sr., 77, 82 
Hoffman, Harry Paul, 332 
Hoffman, Ralph Williams 
Hoffmann, Nancy M. 
Hoqmann, Wayne Warren 
Hogan, Alex Ames, Jr.. 169 
Hogan, Dennis Jerome, 161. 345 
Hogan, Robert Murry, Jr.. 161. 332 
Hogan, Thomas Charles, 287 
Hogarth, Nancy Eva. 100. 153, 299 
Hogeboom. Edward Patrick 
Hogg, Emily Jane 
Hogg. Kathy Louise 
Hoggatt, Allen Bramon 
Hogsette, Alexandra S. 
Hogue, Lloyd Eades, 173 
Hogue, Robert David, 72, 317 
Hogue, Sharon Elizabeth, 135 
Holcomb, David Tindall, 120, 332 
Holcomb, Michael Ray, 112. 157. 332 
Holcombe, James Lawson, 169 
Holden, Margaret K., 299 
Holder, Danny Lee, 167 
Holder, Owen Holliday, 171, 332 
Holifield. Henry T., 102, 117, 179, 345 
Holladay, Charles E. 
Holland, George R.. 76, 299 
Holland, Kathryn E. 
Holland, Nathaniel L., 120, 157 
Holleman, David Barry 
Holler, Susan Eileen, 97, 332 
Holley, Christooher Allen, 299 
Holley, Jeanne Lowry 
Holley. Randell Delaine, 116 
Holley, Reginald L. 
Holley, Virginia Sue, 299 



Hollingsworth, John G., Jr., 98, 185 

Hollis Francille 

Hollis Freddie Wayne, 171, 332 

Hollis, Jay L., 185 

Hollis, Marshall Earl, 112, 345 

Hollis, William Davis 

Hollister, Charles D. 

Hollister, Frank Joseph 

Holloman, Sara King. 64. 139 

Holloman, Teresa S., 145, 345 

Holloway, Clara Louise, 89, 317 

Holloway, Garland Kenneth, 287 

Holloway, John Daniel, 84 

Holman, Gene Merritt, 63 

Holman, Judith Ann 

Holman. Philip Nathan, 345 

Holmes. Andrew Battle, 112, 181 

Holmes. Brenda Joyce, 332 

Holmes, Charles David, 181, 332 

Holmes, Cora Lee 

Holmes, Eugene Thomas. 169 

Holmes, Frank C.. Ill, 181 

Holmes, Jean Barksdale, 97, 141. 332 

Holmes. John B. Jr., 40, 74, 98, 169, 

317 
Holmes, Linda Ann, 317 
Holmes, Mary Jo Riddell 
Holmes. Paul Whitten 
Holt, Charles Earl, 112. 345 
Holt, Laura Ann 
Holtry, Judith Lynn 
Holtry, Preston Wayne 
Hood, David Earl, 299 
Hood, Doris B. P. 
Hood, Kennon Dale, 183, 299 
Hood. Margaret Anne, 143 
Hood, Tillie Cherite, 68, 332 
Hooke Bm McCallie, 181. 299 
Hooker. Danny Lane, 332 
Hooker, William Wyche, 171 
Hooper, Betsy Ross 
Hooper, Fred Lee, 179 
Hoover, Ann Ricks, 332 
Hoover, Janet, 145 
Hoover. Leslie B. Ill, 114, 332 
Hooe. David Bryan, 122. 345 
Hopkins, Donald George, 317 
Hopkins, Dorothy Lou. 135 
Hopkins. James Edward. 287 
Hopkins, Keith Henry. 299 
Hopkins, Oliver Houston. Jr., 287 
Hopkins. Rosemary Hillman, 287 
Hopper, Patricia B. 
Hopner. Thomas Terry 
Hord, Oliver A., Jr., 62, 77, 299 
Horlock, Michael Norton, 40, 99, 113, 

332 
Horn, Cynthia June, 96. 2S9 
Horn. Jeffrey Larkin, 117 
Horn, Larry Owen 
Horn, Martin Evan. 287 
Horn. Thomas Owen. 91. 287 
Horn. William Merle. 115, 345 
Hornbuckle. Ronnie Dean. 113 
Home. Patricia A., 64, 149. 299 
Horrell, Carolyn Lee, 78, 147, 317 
Horton, Charlotte S. 
Horton, Daniel Winston 
Horton, Jerry Smith, 299 
Horton, Patricia Jan, 299 
Hoskins, Edward Evans 
Hoskins, James Clay 
Houchins, Nancy Louise. 143, 332 
Houser, Jimmie Lee, 157 
Houston, Cvnthia Joyce, 151. 317 
Houston. David Winston. III. 39, 62, 67, 

183, 287 
Houston, Joseph Edward, 116 
Houston, Julia Beth, 345 
Houston. Odessa Faye, 317 
Houston, Thomas Ford. 300 
Hovious, Allen Lee. 115, 185 
Hovious, Bradford W., 76, 185 
Howard, Ernest E. Ill, 287 
Howard, Geoffrey Scott, 345 
Howard. Ronald Mack. 159, 317 
Howe. Robert Andy. 169 
Howell, Daisy Loden 
Howell, Jamie Whitten 
Howell, Jorja Suzanne, 147, 345 
Howell, Georgianne, 300 
Howell, Rufus Benton 
Howell, Steven Kent. 123, 179, 332 
Howorth M. Beckett. 183, 345 
Howorth, Susan Elaine 
Howser, Harriett H., 147. 332 
Howze, Sharon Wynne, 149. 332 
Hoy, Gail Cynthia, 149. 345 
Hoyt. James King 
Hsu, Chi Mao 
Hsu, Jason B., 287 
Hsu, Ming Ching, 287 
Hsu, Song Yong 
Hu, Jeff Chih Hui, 84 
Hu, Kenneth Ta Chin, 287 
Huang. Kan Hsiung, 300 
Hubbard, Larry Gene, 317 
Hubbard, Mary Cecille 
Hubbard, Sandra T. 
Hubbard, William Thomas, 116, 169 
Huber, Joseph William III 
Huddleston, Ruel R., Jr., 169 



Hudson, Ewell Spencer, 91 
Hudson, Frank W., 122, 300 
Hudson, James Scott, 157, 345 
Hudson, Judy Carolyn. 97, 137, 317 
Hudson, Kenneth Wesley, 300 
Hudson, Linda Lanelle, 153, 315 
Hudson, Martha Marcelle 
Hudson, Suzanne, 137, 345 
Hudson, Marvin Thomas 
Hudspeth, Robert Milton 
Huebner, John Joseph, 84 
Huebner, Kenneth Edward 
Huey, Robert E., Jr., 179 
Huffman, Arnie Joseph, Jr., 167, 345 
Huffman, Delton Cleon, Jr. 
Huggins, Cleveland P. Ill, 187, 300 
Huggins, Clyde G., Jr. 
Huggins, Jimmy Ray, 169 
Huggins, Patricia Ann 
Hughes, Byron William, 35, 37, 40, 300 
Hughes, Carson McClain, 36, 40, 41, 

63, 67, 185, 317 
Hughes, Hazel A. Parker 
Hughes, Kathleen B. 
Hughes, Louise Womack 
Hughes, Mary Lawrence, 332 
Hughes. Morella Jane, 40, 68, 89, 97, 

143, 332 
Hughes. Muriel S. 
Hughes, Robert Sidney, 115 
Hughes, Susan Claire 
Hughes, Vivia Anne, 149, 345 
Hulen, Mary Katherine. 89, 97, 135. 

317 
Hull, Clovis Siller 
Hull, Frank Montgomery, Jr. 
Hull, Willene Carpenter 
Humber, Nichols Maurice, 300 
Hume, Charles Raymond, Jr. 
Humphreys, James Walton, 77 
Humphreys, Jere Thomas, 112, 345 
Humphreys, Larry Jones. 112, 345 
Hungerford. Cheryl W„ 332 
Hungerford. Donna Lynn. 332 
Hunsaker, Kim Douglas, 300 
Hunsucker. Edward D., 117 
Hunt, Bobby Carl 
Hunt. Clara Smith 
Hunt, Robert A.. 187, 300 
Hunter, Wyatt Raymond 
Hurdle, Leah Jo, 100, 332 
Hurley, Marilyn Mav 
Hurt, Catherine Emily, 135 
Hurt, Elizabeth Rodgers. 147, 317 
Hurt, William Rollins 
Hurych, John Miro, 317 
Hussey, Charles Logan, 157, 332 
Huston. Jeanne. 151, 345 
Hutchens, Brenda Joyce, 345 
Hutchinson, Beverly Hooker 
Hutchinson, David A. 
Hutchinson, Donald P.. 70. 74, 90. 102 
Hutchinson, Jerry Roberts 
Hutchinson. Richard T.. 173 
Hutchison, Danny Gene. 317 
Hux, James Dewitt 
Hybergen, Leslie Belinda. 137, 346 
Hybl, Gloria Frances, 287 
Hyde, Cathryn Miles 
Hyde, Delia Denham. 141, 346 
Hyde, Lee A., 181, 300 
Hyde, Robert Willis, 121 
Hyde, Rosemary, 332 



Idom, Sandra Kaye, 137, 300 
Illich, Stanley James, 91 
Ingels, Edgar D. 

Ingels, Thomas Sandifer, 117, 185 
Ingle, Virginia Seaton, 77 
Ingram, Catherine Davis, 141, 300 
Ingram, Douglas Wayne. 300 
Ingram, Elaine Lee, 97, 346 
Ingram, William R. 
Inman, Angela Dianne 
Inman, Newell Edward, 300 
Inmon, Billy Glenn 
Inmon, Byron W., 69 
Inmon, Mikie Joe, 117, 332 
Irby, Brenda Kaye 
Irby, Peyton Smith 
Isaac, Ronnie Levern, 332 
Iseminger, Tommy Dale 
Isonhood, Ira Dennis, 317 
Izard, James Sheffield, 113 
Izard, Stephen Rogers, 317 



Jabour, George Henry, 300 
Jabour, John Wayne, 173 
Jabour, Pamela Marie, 100. 317 
Jacks, Barbara Susan, 153, 346 
Jacks, Gerald H. 
Jacks, James Dorsev, 113 
Jackson, Ab, 117, 346 
Jackson. Charles Russell 
Jackson. Charlotte C , 137, 3?2 
Jackson, Danny Wade 
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Jackson, James Douglas, 317 

Jackson, Kenneth R., 189 

Jackson, Linda Sinclair 

Jackson, Lucy Kate, 147, 332 

Jackson, Lynda F. 

Jackson, Malcolm Allen, Jr., 70, 112, 

183, 332 
Jackson, Mary Alice, 79, 332 
Jackson, Rebecca Edwina 
Jackson, Robert Harold 
Jackson, Sarah Ann, 145, 346 
Jacobs, Margaret Eleanor, 153, 346 
Jacobs, Richard D., Ill, 300 
Jacobs, Thomas M., 332 
James, Cassandra, 153, 317 
James, Charles Edward, Jr., 332 
James, Edward T., Jr., 183, 300 
James, George W., Jr. 
James, J. Elwyn, 70, 171 
James, Joe, 332 
James, John Caller, 181 
James, Newton Ward, 167, 317 
James, Opha Lavelle, 102, 317 
Jameson, Dorothy Delle, 137, 317 
Jamison, Bedford Burt 
Jamison, Roger O. 
Janes, David Houston, 112 
Janes, Julian Tilley III, 167. 317 
Jaquith, Cecil Joseph, Jr., 287 
Jaquith, William Lawrence, 177, 332 
Javaid, Karamat Ali, 287 
Jawad, Fuad Hassan 
Jefcoat, Jerry Cloyce, 115, 332 
Jefcoat, Lynn Barrett 
Jefcoats, David Austin, 117 
Jefcoats, Robert G., 317 
Jeffcoat, Byron Thomas, 99, 317 
Jenkins, Cheryl Ann 
Jenkins, Edwin White, 157, 346 
Jenkins, Hyde Rust, 183 
Jenkins, Joseph Earl, 63. 177, 317 
Jenkins, Joyce Odessa, 346 
Jenkins, William Edwin, 317 
Jenkins, William Perrin, 117, 179, 332 
Jennings, Danny Weeks, 112. 346 
Jennings, Eugene R., 187, 300 
Jennings, Lewis Marshall, 300 
Jernigan, Arthur Freeman 
Jeter, Charles Loranzie 
Jetton, Linda K., 147, 300 
Jetton, Lizabeth Jean, 97, 104, 147, 332 
Jimenez, Gus Richard 
Joachim, Cynthia Susan 
Jobe, Doris Ann, 317 
Jobe, Mary Jane, 141, 346 
Jochem, Jerome Allen 
Joe, David Son, 116 
Joe, Howard 

Joe, Jean Wing, 78, 97, 332 
Joe, Rocky Ming, 112 
Joe, Su Klin 
Johnson, Arthur Eugene 
Johnson, Bowen Charleston 
Johnson, C. Wayne 
Johnson, Camille Elizabeth 
Johnson, Charles F. Ill, 157, 317 
Johnson, Charlotte Orr 
Johnson, Cheryl Dawn, 137, 300 
Johnson, Clarence Samuel 
Johnson, Connie Sue, 287 
Johnson, Donna Marie 
Johnson, Dwight Allyn 
Johnson, Hermel, 287 
Johnson, James R. Ill, 181 
Johnson, Jan Louise, 97, 141, 346 
Johnson, Jerry Wendell 
Johnson, John D., 317 
Johnson, John Edgar 
Johnson, Lana Dawn, 97, 317 
Johnson, Lon Chamberlain, 300 
Johnson, Lynne Rice, 78, 79, 102, 151, 

317 
Johnson, Michael Elliot, 346 
Johnson, Michael Eugene, 181, 300 
Johnson, Patricia, 97, 153, 346 
Johnson, Patrick Hayes, Jr., 113, 332 
Johnson, Richard Alan, 112 
Johnson, Ronald Earl, 183 
Johnson, Ronald V., 183 
Johnson, Ronnie Edwin, 116 
Johnson, Ronny Carl, 99, 187 
Johnson, Russell A. 
Johnson, Russell Clark, 287 
Johnson, Sharpe Winstone 
Johnson, T. Ruth 
Johnson, William P., 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 

300 
Johnson, William R., 77, 114, 332 
Johnson, William W., Jr., 90 
Johnson, William Welborn 
Johnston, Daudet Brent, 139, 300 
Johnston, Edmund Covington, 157 
Johnston, Florrie Bonnie 
Johnston, George, Jr., 113, 332 
Johnston, Jane Carol 
Johnston, William Bryan 
Johnstone, Jack L. 
Joiner, Charles Lester, Jr., 116, 332 
Jolley, Bruce Edward, 120 
Jolly, Willis H., Jr.. 300 
Jones, Andrew Melvin, 287 
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Ann Stevens 

Archie Donald, 120, 346 

Bobbye Marie, 317 

Buren Lynn 

Carol Gay, 64, 78, 79, 97, 143. 

Carolyn Teresa, 139, 191, 346 
Catherine Grace 
Catherine Grimes, 141 
Cecil Harris 
Charlton Robert, 171 
Christopher Riddell, 79, 171, 

Claudia Pintard, 96, 102, 143, 



Colbert W., 300 

David Clifford, 317 

Edward Alan, 157, 332 

Elizabeth Ann, 300 

Fredric Earl 

George Frederick 

Gerald Roscoe, 116 

James B., Jr. 

James Butterworth 

James Donald, 317 

James Harold 

James Howard 

James L. 

James Lee, 287 

James William III 

Jane Nash, 135, 317 

John Randle, 114 

Joyce O'Neil, 300 

Larry August 

Lauranne, 143, 300 

Linda Gail. 317 

Linda K. Galloway, 317 

Linda Kaye, 151, 300 

Lonny Hughes, 114, 185 

Lynn Hall, 139 

Marvin Carey 

Maury Lynn, 105, 143, 317 

Michael Aven, 114, 332 

Norman Quay, Jr. 

Randall Ross, 122 

Robert Eugene, 181, 317 

Robert Ned 

Robert T., 183 

Sara Lou, 89, 135, 317 

Susan Marie, 97, 151, 346 

Thad M., Jr., 62, 63, 67. 157, 300 

Thomas L., Jr., 60, 317 

Thomas Shelton, 117, 163, 346 

Tony Earnest 

Van Randall, 332 

Victor Lynn, 185 

Walker William III. 171 

William Hooper. 157, 346 

William M., II 
Joor, Dorothy Helen, 60 
Jordan, Barbara Louise, 89, 151, 332 
Jordan, Charlie Tinnon 
Jordan, Joe Marian 
Jordan, Laura Croft, 287 
Jordan, Sandra Ann, 317 
Jordan, Sandra Jean, 332 
Jordan, Terry Leland, 332 
Jordan, Tony Thadeus. 112, 317 
Jordan, Walter Allen, 332 
Jordy, Elizabeth Anne, 153 
Joseph, Thomas Joseph, 112, 159, 332 
Joy, Ronald, 287 
Joyner, Judith Fay, 141, 332 
Joyner, William P., 67 
Juchheim, Pamela Kay, 332 
Jue, Bailey 

Jumonville, Sharon Rose, 332 
Junkin, Frances Kaye, 143, 333 
Jurgensen, Donald Krayer, 120, 169 
Justice, Carl, 287 
Justice, Frank J., 173, 300 

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Kakkar, Bipinder Kumar, 100 

Kalcounos, Charles N., 300 

Kalcounos, Nancy May 

Kamman, John Newman, 189, 287 

Kamp, Joel Joseph 

Kantor, Hilda 

Kao, Jenny Wei Leang, 287 

Kappus, Robert Eugene, 181 

Kappus, Sally Roberts 

Karably, Louis Stephen, Jr., 163 

Karnes, Jennifer Rooks, 97 

Karr, Danny K., 175, 346 

Kasperowski, Ronald J. 

Katz, Julian Andre, 287 

Kauerz, Kenneth Lee, 181, 333 

Kauzlarich, Daniel Lee, 115 

Kay, Donnie Ray, 116 

Kay, Stratford Haman 

Kayes, Michael James, 84, 287 

Kaylor, Norman R. 

Keach, Katherine M., 147, 346 

Keady, Richard C. 

Kearney, Bonnie Helen, 141, 317 

Keck, Priscilla Jean, 300 

Keckley, Denzil E. 

Keel, Robert Edward 

Keenan, Jerry Pepper, 300 

Keeton, Charlotte Ann, 135 



Keeton, Roy Green, 115 

Keirn, Ethel Rebecca 

Keith, Samuel Martin. 179, 317 

Keller, Kenneth E., 116, 116, 169 

Keller, Robert Elwood, 185 

Kelley, Kathrvn K., 79, 139 

Kelley, Mary D., 300 

Kelley. Mary Kathleen, 135 

Kelley, Vernon R. Ill, 113 

Kellum, Betty Jane, 145, 317 

Kellum, Sarah Elizabeth, 143, 333 

Kellum, Thomas Boyd 

Kelly, Bradford Welch, 346 

Kelly, Charles Epperson, 116, 171, 346 

Kelly, Charles M., 183 

Kelly, Cheryl D. 

Kelly, James Calhoun 

Kelly, James Winling, 300 

Kelly, Jamie C. Mclnnis 

Kelly, Joseph B. 

Kelly, Michael Louis, 179, 317 

Kelly, Michael Rodney 

Kelly, Myrtle Paula, 317 

Kelly, Ruth Tolson 

Kelsey, Sandra, 97, 143, 333 

Kelso, Clyde Douglas III, 76, 128, 181, 

300 
Kelso, Larry Jackson, 116 
Kelso, Linda Faye, 333 
Kelty, Nancy Ann, 78 
Kemble, William Henry 
Kemp, George Frederick 
Kemp, Herman O.. 90, 157, 300 
Kemp, Kenneth W. 
Kemp, William Carl 
Kemp, William Gerald 
Kendall, Margaret Karel, 333 
Kendrick, Robena Louise, 78, 102, 143, 

300 
Kennedy, Basil Thompson, 169 
Kennedy, Betty Kay, 151, 333 
Kennedy, Frank F., 183 
Kennedy, Martin Edward. 90, 300 
Kennedy, Robert A., 163, 190, 346 
Kennelly. John David 
Kenney, James Ridley, 183 
Kenney, Michael William, 317 
Kenney, Timothy James, 318 
Keown. Elaine Dorothy, 135, 346 
Kerr, Glenn Larry, 300 
Kerr, Katherine Allison, 97, 139, 301 
Kerr, Patricia Louise 
Kershaw, Michael D., 157, 301 
Kerstine, Edwin Eugene, 60 
Kesler, Alan C. 
Kessinger, Carolyn 
Ketchum, Danton Boyce 
Key, James Harold, 287 
Keye, Denelda. 145, 318 
Keyes, Jimmy E., 169, 301 
Khadra, Mohammad Saied 
Khayat, Kay Michelle, 145, 301 
Kiamie, Alex Joseph, Jr., 116, 185, 190 
Kibe, William E. 
Kidd, Gene Miller, 318 
Kidd, Sandra Kay, 135, 318 
Kiernan, Terence James, 120 
Kilgore, Donald Leland, 40, 185, 346 
Kilgore, Judith Ann, 333 
Kilpatrick, Jean Robertson, 301 
Kilpatrick, Martin A., 288 
Kilpatrick, Samuel Wesley 
Kilpatrick, Susan Jane 
Kim, Jack Chung Kyun 
Kimbro, Jefferson N., 116, 185 
Kimbrough, Benjamin B., 346 
Kimbrough, Brenda Gail, 135, 333 
Kimbrough, Virginia Ernest, 79, 318 
Kinard, David Lynn, 117, 183, 346 
Kinard, John Major, 183 
Kincaid, Mose Edward, 288 
Kincaid. Terry L., 115, 346 
King, Agnes Taylor, 102, 141, 318 
King, Ann Roe, 100, 139, 318 
King, Charles Allen, 318 
King, Donnie Wade, 301 
King, Elizabeth Rivers, 61, 68, 141, 333 
King, Evangelist W.. 173, 346 
King, James Patrick, 346 
King, Jimmy Slayton, 117, 169 
King, Katherine Cecile, 97, 153, 333 
King, Leslie Darnell, 333 
King, Mary E. Kirkpatrick 
King, Mary Louise 
King, Mary Patrick 
King, Michael Lewis, 117 
King, Newton Dudley, 116, 346 
King, Nora Theresa 
King, Richard Moore, Jr., 333 
King, Ricky Maynard, 117, 346 
King, Robert Edward, 120, 346 
King, Robert Lee, 288 
King, Samuel Clyde 
King, Sara Beth 
King, Stark Harle 
King, William Allyn, 117, 175 
King, William Travis, 91 
Kingery, Sherry, 141, 318 
Kirk. Rexie Dianne 
Kirkfield, Robert A., 346 
Kirkland, Joseph Earl III, 167 
Kirkland, Ralph Earl, 163, 318 



Kirkpatrick, Laura Judith, 301 
Kirkpatrick, Mary Kay, 79. 105, 141, 

318 
Kirschten, Sam Gwin, 187 
Kirschten, Thomas Davis, 187 
Kisner, Kaye F., 318 
Kisner, Rachel G S 
Kitchen, Michael John, 117 
Kitchens, Donald Gilbert. 187. 301 
Kitchens, Donald Gregory 
Judy Ann Kitchens. 97, 145, 333 
Kitchens. William Lesley 
Kittle, Hartley Weems III, 117, 187, 

346 
Klepzig, William Floyd. 301 
Kline, William Blanchard, 115, 157, 

346 
Klutts, Susan Lynette 
Kneedler, Delphine Noble, 301 
Kneedler, Paul Wayne 
Knight, Gene Charles 
Knight, James Thomas, 301 
Knight, Luther A., Jr. 
Knight, Miriam Lane 
Knight, Robert Dewey, 157 
Knight, Sandra Vermeil, 79, 102, 143. 

301 
Knight, Steven Marco 
Knight. Wesley Allan 
Knott, Mary B., 68, 89. 97, 149, 333 
Knox, Nancy Repps, 137, 333 
Koch, Kathy Jean, 145 
Kong. Shui Sun, 288 
Kooiman, Brian Floyd, 175, 318 
Koon, Akron Aaron, 114, 187 
Koon, Rickey Arvard, 116, 183, 333 
Koonce, Larry Cameron 
Kopf, Preston James, 318 
Kosinski, Felix Edward 
Kosinski, Mary Lou 
Koskela, Earl Leslie 
Kosko, Paul Igor, 114, 157, 333 
Kossum, John Kenneth, 124, 124 
Kothmann, Gregory Garf 
Kou, Neng. 288 
Krebs, Mary Katherine, 301 
Krott, Gerald Joseph 
Krupa, John James, 189 
Kruse, Thomas Earl, 121, 318 
Kucewicz. Veta Frances, 135, 318 
Kucharski, Frederick J. 
Kudlacz, Laura Victoria, 153, 318 
Kuester, Carl Edwin, 189, 301 
Kuhn, Frank Richard, 333 
Kurtz, Wayne Frederick, 301 
Kuykendall, Maud Andrews, 139, 318 
Kwasniewski, Thomas M., 179, 318 
Kyle, Gloria Anglyn, 318 
Kyle, Matt Edwin 

Kyle, Noble Weir II, 35, 93, 179, 318 
Kyle, Percy Carrol, 104 
Kyle, Terrena Gale 
Kyle, Wendy Lynn, 346 
Kypriandes, Polydefkis, 112. 189 



Labens, Malcolm Howard 
Laberge, Patricia E., 141, 301 
Labhart, Linda Louise, 333 
Lacefield, Thomas Edward, 98, 318 
Lacey, Ruth Williford 
Lackey, Carl Richard, 113, 167 
Lackey, Patsy Joy 
Lackey, Samuel Allen, 167 
Lackey, Van Lemuel, 60, 67, 167, 301 
Lacy, Jack Brooks, Jr., 40, 83, 301 
Ladner, Hershel Otho, 99, 114, 187, 

333 
Ladner, Susan Elizabeth, 318 
Laduc, Raymond Paul, 169 
Lafollette, Lois B., 137, 301 
Laher, Terry Anne, 89, 318 
Laher, Thomas John 
Lair, Linda Ann, 102, 333 
Laird, Janet Braselton, 96, 153, 346 
Laird, Jesse Smylie, 318 
Lake, David Hugh, 115 
Lamar, Thomas Eugene 
Lamb, Marijane, 149, 346 
Lambdin, Ann Mayrant, 69 
Lambert. David Flavous III, 116. 346 
Lamberth, William Mark, 91, 301 
Lamphron. James Patrick, 121, 318 
Lampton, Helene T. 
Lancaster, Linda L. 
Land, Nancy Carole, 149. 346 
Landers, Robert Watson, 346 
Landreth, Cleveland L. 
Landreth, Shelia Dale, 97, 301 
Landrum, Alicia McBee. 147, 301 
Landry, Paul Andrew. 113. 157, 333 
Landry, Ray Craig, 115, 346 
Landry, Tony Clyde 
Landskov, David Lawrence, 70, 318 
Lane, Donna Davis 
Lane, Ernest 

Lane, James Spencer, 185 
Lane, Johnny Earl, 318 
Lane, Johnny Mack 
Lane, Ruth Diane, 105, 301 
Laney, Charles Herbert, 171, 346 



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Laney. John Buford, 115, 171, 346 
Langdon, Susan Kathryn, 61, 68, 149, 

333 
Langford, James Jerry, 67 
Langmesser, James E., 70, 114, 159, 

318 
Langmesser, Thomas Joseph, 112, 159, 

333 
Langston, Beatrice Mae, 89, 333 
Lantz, Allen Dean, 90, 102, 301 
Lape, Margaret Ellen, 147, 301 
Lapolla, William Frank, 113. 177, 333 
Larkin, Francis John, 189, 318 
Larroux. Michael Paul 
Larson, Lisa Elizabeth, 97, 147, 333 
Larue, Wayne B., Jr., 128, 169 
Lary, Steve Curtis, 318 
Lasky, Daniel J., 63, 302 
Lassetter, Bonnie Fontaine, 333 
Lassetter, John Stuart, 288 
Lassetter, Linda C, 149, 302 
Lassiter, Ralph Bunche, 346 
Latham, Linda Kay, 97, 149, 318 
Latham, Michael Wayne, 123 
Latham, William Larry 
Latimer, Dorothy Sue, 145, 333 
Latimer, Ellis H. Ill, 76, 90, 71 
Lauderdale, James Abner, 171, 346 
Lauderdale, Jane, 137, 333 
Lauderdale, Joseph F., 181, 346 
Lauer, Peter Birchmore, 175, 318 
Laughlin, James Richard, Jr., 183 
Laughlin, Loran Lee, 114, 157, 333 
Laumbattus, Harold Dean, 124, 124, 

346 
Laurenzi, John F., 88, 128, 171, 302 
Lavallee, William L„ 74, 121, 157, 302 
Lavalley, Richard J., 157, 302 
Lavender, Susan Parker, 145, 346 
Lavers, Brenton M., 128, 318 
Lavers, Linda Grace, 333 
Lawrence, Demetra Illene, 333 
Lawrence, Martin Bradley, 70 
Lawyer, Michael Scott, 185, 302 
Lawyer, Sara Ann 
Lawyer, Stephen Garry, 185 
Lax, Constance Lea, 97, 135, 346 
Lay, Donnie Gayle, 318 
Laye, Barbara Allen 
Layrock, Patricia Ann 
Lea, Gerald Ray 
Lea, Robert Charles, 69, 187. 302 
Leach, Carl Ray, 117, 159, 346 
Leach, John Wyly 
Leach, Marilyn Faye, 97, 147 
Leake, Regina Lucile, 346 
Leary, Randy Wayne, 116 
Leavitt, Dinah Luise, 151. 318 
Ledbetter, Barbara Lane, 147, 302 
Lee, Alfred Eugene 
Lee, Brenda Rush, 288 
Lee, Charles Ling, 77, 288 
Lee, Daisy Diella, 333 
Lee, Evelyn Patricia, 302 
Lee, Gerald Douglas 
Lee, John Wincie 
Lee, Joseph B. Ill 
Lee, Judith Ann 
Lee, Laura Lynda, 97, 101, 151 
Lee, Mary Bendella, 333 
Lee, Mary Virginia, 302 
Lee, Robert S., 302 
Lee, Sandra Elizabeth, 149, 302 
Lee, Sarah Randall, 318 
Lee, Thomas Drayton, 288 
Lee, William Allan, 169, 318 
Lee, Yan Way, 288 
Leech, Judy Claire, 104, 143, 333 
Leemon, Charles Lothaire, 124, 124, 

175 
Leeper, Harry Cole, Jr., 333 
Lefeve, Aristide F., Jr., 171 
Lefeve, Douglas Heath 
Lefler, James Ronald 
Legan, Marshall Scottie, 288 
Leggett, Barbara Elaine, 89, 98, 302 
Leggett, Donald Mitchell 
Leggett, George Hansford, 185 
Leigh, Leslie Edward, 115 
Leigh, Lucinda M. 
Leigh, Robert Elbridge 
Leineweber, Robert M., 179, 3 46 
Lemaster, Carol Lynne, 151 
Lemoine, Ronald J., 288 
Lemon, Georgia K., 141, 333 
Lemons, Carol Kay, 149, 302 
Lenahan, Stephanie C, 100 
Lenoir, Richard Alvin, Jr., 115, 183 
Leonard, David Ray 
Leonard, Linda Kaye, 137, 346 
Leonard, Mary Mack, 143, 302 
Leone, John Edmund, 288 
Leppic, Teri Ann 
Lesley, Mattie Virginia 
Lester, Horace Baxter, Jr., 67, 77, 

183, 288 
Lester, Michael Thornton, 318 
Lester, Robert F., 181, 302 
Lester, William Carey, 115, 346 
Leto, John Anthony 
Lett, Anna L. 
Leung, Eunice, 346 



Levanway, Richard Scott 

Lever, Terry J., 151 

Levi, Dempsey Meyer 

Levin, Manuel Marcus, 288 

Lewellen, Annie Elizabeth, 145, 333 

Lewis, Alice Deann, 100, 147, 302 

Lewis, Alton B., Jr., 112 

Lewis, Charles Eugene 

Lewis, George Kenneth, 189 

Lewis, George Randolph, 288 

Lewis, Jane Edel 

Lewis, John Frank, 318 

Lewis, John Russell, 181, 302 

Lewis, Jon Richard 

Lewis, Margaret Jane, 143, 318 

Lewis, Marie, 40, 105, 318 

Lewis, Martha Lynn, 147, 318 

Lewis, Robert Barry 

Lewis, Robert E., Jr., 318 

Lewis, William Irvin, 88 

Liao, Yao Wu, 288 

Liberto, Frank Peter, 318 

Liberto, Vincent, 115, 346 

Liggins, Linnie Belle, 333 

Ligon, Melanie Allen, 318 

Liles, Charles Edwin 

Lilley, Jackson Wilson, 99, 169 

Lilly, John Perry, 93, 185, 302 

Lilly, Sally Elaine, 97, 318 

Limbocker, George Alden, Jr., 173. 

302 
Lin, Cecilia Lee Hui 
Lin, Jer Nan Terry, 288 
Lin, Shih Chuan 
Lincoln, Jack Roland 
Linder, James Mickey 
Linder, Thelma Louvene 
Lindsay, Henry Douglas III, 187, 302 
Lindsey, Bruce Forrest, 113 
Lindsey, Henderson C, 75, 302 
Lindsey, James Lee, Jr., 60, 67. 70, 

185, 302 
Lindsey, Laura 
Lindsey, Roland Arden, 112 
Lingle, Tangie Alene, 149, 347 
Lipe, Linda Bon, 61, 63 
Lipira, Donald L. 
Lipschultz, Randall W., 117, 189 
Lipscomb, Joseph Randolph 
Lipscomb, Marilyn R., 318 
Lisenby, Susan Townsend, 149, 347 
Lisowski, Paul William 
Lisowski, Sharon Ann Grim 
Little, Richard Allen, 113, 187, 333 
Little, Eugene Wallace 
Littlejohn, William Carey 
Litton, Peggy Scott, 141, 318 
Litton, William Powell, 117. 181 
Liu. Chen Kun, 288 
Livingston. Barbara Lois, 145, 347 
Livingston, Priscilla Jean 
Livingston, Myrtle Frances, 97, 102, 

318 
Livingston, Robert Glenn, 114, 183 
Llano, Charles D.. 159 
Livingston. Thomas Lynn 
Lloyd, Robert Cecil 
Lloyd, Sammuel Thomas III, 40, 124, 

124, 181, 347 
Locke, Claude Polk, 302 
Locke, Don Wiles 
Locke, Elizabeth Ann 
Locke, Lowell Richard, 113, 318 
Lockett, John William, 318 
Lockhart, Mary Kate, 135, 302 
Locovare. Robert John 
Loden, Aaron Lee, 333 
Loden, Joe Keldon, 302 
Loflin, Mark Brinson, 181, 333 
Loftin, Carolyn Rebecca, 100 
Lofton. Albert J., 167 
Logan, Billy Joe 
Logan, Frederick Michael 
Logan, Robert Lee, Jr., 157. 347 
Logan. Janet Sue, 145, 347 
Lohrmann, Jerome Lee, 288 
Lokey, Ann, 333 
Lomax, Dan Wade 
Lomax, John Tilman, Jr. 
Lonardo, Thomas Taylor, 112 
Long, Anna Frances 
Long, Elaine Lehmann 
Long, Guy M., 318 
Long, Jeffrey Arvin 
Long, Linda Sue, 141, 347 
Long, Mike Witt, 116, 185 
Long, Paul Leonidus 
Long, Ray N., 185 
Long, Theron E. 
Long, Virginia Ruth 
Long, William Robert, 175, 318 
Longino, Margaret Wilsford, 139, 347 
Loosier, Miller Marion. 115, 157 
Lopez, Cathy Ann, 318 
Lord, Angela, 97, 149, 302 
Lott, Lowell Giant 
Lotterhos, George T., 179 
Lou, Paul C. C, 302 
Louis, John Michael, 179 
Loutfi, Issam Fares 
Love, Marcus III, 77, 159, 302 
Lovelace, Clyde Bahnson, Jr., 88, 302 



Lovelace, Dewitt Marshall, 167 

Lovelace, James Russell, 318 

Lovelace, Rebecca, 139 

Lovelace, Robert Lloyd, 115 

Lovelace, Sara Underwood 

Lovelady, Cornelius F., 302 

Lovelady, William Niles, 183, 333 

Lovell, James Otis, 179, 333 

Low. Rhes Vernon. 40. 77, 179 

Lowe, Sara Helen, 318 

Lowery, Carolyn Zoe, 143 

Lowery, Mack Lamar, 120. 179, 318 

Lowery, Robert Sanders, 167, 302 

Lowrance, Bill Carr 

Lowrance, Howard David 

Lowrance, William B. 

Lowrey, Beverly Willese, 302 

Lowrey, James Marvin, Jr. 

Lowrimore, Marlin Gerald, 91 

Lowry, James Howard, 122, 318 

Lowry, William E. 

Lowstuter, Anthony R., Jr., 102, 318 

Lowstuter, Robert Ford, 124, 124 

Loyacono, Paul Kelly 

Lublanezki, Nancy Carlan, 319 

Lucas, Richard Byrd, 333 

Luckett, Connie Jo, 61, 68, 149, 333 

Luckett, Ignatius S., Jr., 167 

Luckett, Lucretia Anne. 139, 333 

Luckie, William Vernon 

Ludlam, Pat Waterfield 

Luebke, Karen, 302 

Lueckenbach, Edward A. 

Luke, Billy, 112 

Luft, William Hamilton, 333 

Luke, Linda Kay, 145, 319 

Luke, Thomas Mitchell 

Lumalcuri, William Joseph, 319 

Lumm, Gerald William 

Lunsford, Hollis Eugene, 120, 175, 319 

Lupoli, Jonna L. 

Lurie, David M., 302 

Luter, Dwight Keith, 37, 116, 183 

Lux, Mary Frances 

Lyle, Barry Loren, 115 

Lynch, Charles A., 67, 75, 77, 179 

Lynch, Wayne Greene, 169 

Lyon, Edward Joseph, 77, 117, 185, 

319 
Lyon, Rupert Milton, 115, 181, 347 
Lyon, William Louis, 116, 185, 347 
Lyons, Bonita Sue, 288 
Lyons, Dianne, 333 

Mc 

McAleer, David Dudley, 120, 189 
McAlexander, Betty B., 40, 43, 141, 319 
McAlister, Richard David, 98, 157, 302 
McAlpin, Brodie Wayne, 91 
McAlpin, Danny Joe, 319 
McAlpin, Faye Lois 
McAlpin, Michael Jordan, 76, 302 
McAnally, Thomas Leon, 302 
McArthur, James Leo, 67, 288 
McBee, Dalton, 122, 122, 181 
McBride, Hilmer Anthony 
McBride, William Wallace 
McBroom, Sara John, 302 
McBryde, Laura Greer 
McCabe, Patricia Anne. 139, 333 
McCachren, James Bobby 
McCaffrey, Lewis Raymond, 72 
McCain, James E. Ill, 181 
McCain, Talbot Odom, 116, 181, 347 
McCall, Caroline Brooks 
McCall, Samuel Henry, 116, 185 
McCamey, Michael Edward, 167, 347 
McCants, Bobbie Ed, 121, 333 
McCarley. Bobby Joe 
McCarley, Thomas H. Ill, 181, 319 
McCartt, Joseph Robert 
McCarty, Daniel Joseph, 116 
McCarty, Emily J., 151 
McCarty, John Robert, 63, 185, 302 
McCarty, Mary Virginia, 302 
McCarver, Rosalyn Annette, 78, 302 
McCauley, Charlotte L., 97, 333 
McCay, Larry Leigh, 115 
McClanahan, Hick Hartsell 
McClatchy, Sarah Elizabeth, 147, 347 
McClelland, Charles Rodney 
McClelland. Kathleen Smith 
McClendon. Erwin Lowe, 124, 124 
McCIung, Harvey W., Jr., 70, 163, 333 
McClure, Mary Margaret, 302 
McClure, Wayne Leroy, Jr., 185 
McClure, Worthy Powell 
McCollum. Joseph K., Jr., 159 
McConnell, Constance Marie 
McCool, Charles Edward, 112, 163, 333 
McCool, Larry Alan, 171 
McCool, Annette, 333 
McCool, Peyton Hugh, 112, 157, 333 
McCool, Robert T., Jr. 
McCord, Mary Carol, 137, 347 
McCord, Odis Tindell 
McCord, Randall Lloyd 
McCord, Roselyn Scott, 141, 333 
McCormack, Fred Carnes 
McCormack, William Floyd, 302 
McCormick, Belva Lee, 153, 319 



McCormick, James P. 
McCormick, Ronnie Lee 
McCoy, Dorothy Susan, 96, 319 
McCoy, Joseph Bryant, 319 
McCoy, Joseph Lee 
McCoy, Merwin Andreas, 114 
McCoy, Ronald David, 117 
McCraney, James Arthur 
McCraw, Doris Fay, 319 
McCraw, James Arthur 
McCullar, Edward Terence. 121 
McCullar, James Shelby, 114, 334 
McCullouch, Mary Carmille 
McCullough, Tedford C, 185, 347 
McCune, Sam M. 
McCurdy, Hollis Horton 
McDaniel, Clarence Albert 
McDaniel, Roger Dodson, 302 
McDaniel, Suzanne, 347 
McDermott, Price Curd, 319 
McDivitt, Leland, 181 
McDivitt, Patricia R. 
McDivitt, Virginia Jo 
McDonald, Alan Cameron 
McDonald, Diane Lee 
McDonald, Eddie Jean 
McDonald, James Cecil 
McDonald, Joel Weir 
McDonald, Lucy Ellen, 319 
McDonald, Okee Lee 
McDonnell, Fred James, 40, 119, 183 
McDonnell, Randall Louis 
McDonough, Homer Ray, Jr. 
McDougal, Judy Clarene, 149, 334 
McDowell, Andrew B., 319 
McDowell, Betty Mann, 97, 137, 334 
McDuff, J. Duncan 
McDuffie, Kathryn E., 143 
McDuffie, Margaret C, 143 
McEachern, Luther Myron, 112, 187 
McElhaney, Michael James, 185 
McElroy, Ronald Wayne, 171, 334 
McElvaney, Steve Crowder, 169 
McElveen, Ernest G., 319 
McElwee, James Ware, 185, 319 
McEwen, Charles W., 112, 347 
McFarland, Burchette S., 157 
McFarland, Rosemary E. 
McFarlane, James Eckford, 70, 73, 163, 

303 
McFatter, Melvin Hurley, 347 
McGaha, John Robert, 319 
McGahey, Samuel Oscar 
McGahey, Timothy Powell, 99, 115, 

167, 319 
McGee, Carl Anthony, 334 
McGee, Delora Diane 
McGee, Hassell Lynn, 153, 319 
McGee, Thomas Alan 
McGehee, Charles James 
McGehee, Fioyd, 303 
McGehee, Harvey, 119, 183 
McGehee, William Clay, 171, 303 
McGinley, Sarah M. 
McGinnis, William A., Jr. 
McGlothlin, Elizabeth Jane, 153 
McGonagill, Fred Allen, 157, 319 
McGraw, Edward R., 179 
McGraw, James A., 181, 334 
McGreger, Judith K., 288 
McGrew, Bennie Dan 
McGuire, Gloria Jeanette 
McHan, Jerry Lynn, 99 
McHaney, Nancy Holland, 303 
McHarg, Madalyn Kay, 149, 334 
McHenry, Rolf Wesley, 90, 157, 303 
Mcllwain, Joseph Wiley, 115, 183, 347 
Mcllwain, Margaret V., 97, 334 
Mcllwain, Riley Barber, Jr., 169, 319 
Mclnnis, Myrtle Ann, 347 
Mclntyre, Floyd H., 173, 319 
Mclntyre, Jack Cooper, Jr., 185 
Mclntyre, James A. 
Mclntyre, Leslie Ann, 139, 334 
Mclntyre, Virginia Ruth, 141, 319 
Mclver, Robert Edwin, 181 
McKay, Eliz Patricia, 96, 101 
McKay, Roberta Haynes, 334 
McKay, Larry Gene, 319 
McKay, Robert Levon, 347 
McKay, Otto, Jr., 88, 94, 179. 319 
McKee, Gwen Anne, 97, 143, 334 
McKee, Michael Treloar, 319 
McKee, Nola Ann, 97 
McKee, Urna Lynn 
McKeigney, Norton Guyton, 77, 114, 

183. 334 
McKellar, John W., 169 
McKelroy, Charles Kenneth, 347 
McKenzie, Richard Wayne, 288 
McKenzie, Robert Hess 
McKessy, Daniel Thomas, 121, 187, 334 
McKey, Shelby Weeks, 185, 347 
McKibben, Larry G. 
McKibbens, Thomas R., Jr., 319 
McKie, Nathan Whitehead, 181, 303 
McKinney, Edward C, Jr., 303 
McKinstry, Gary Whitmore, 288 
McKnight, Charles A., 319 
McKnight, Everett Astor, Jr., 303 
McLallen, Ruth Graham, 347 
McLarty, Edwin Murrv, 319 



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McLarty. Floyd Ray 

McLaurin, Eugene B., 70, 114, 183, 

334 
McLaurin. Janet Elise, 149. 303 
McLaurin, John Purves, 183 
McLaurin, Carol Work. 69, 289 
McLaurin, Mary Jane, 141 
McLaurin, Prentiss C. 
McLaurin, Susan Evelyn. 145, 347 
McLean, George Hite. 289 
McLean, Robert L„ Jr., 303 
McLellan, Mary Elizabeth 
McLellan, Reedy Ellington, 117 
McLellan. William Ervin. 289 
McLemore, Eugene, 289 
McLeod, Charles E. 
McLeod, Maretta Anne, 73 
McLeod. Rayburn Wayne, 303 
McLeod, Taylor Jeff, 303 
McLoud. James V., 115 
McMahan, Michael Lee, 303 
McMaster, Michael Martin. 181, 334 
McMath, Jennie Wright, 100, 334 
McMillan, Kai J., 137, 303 
McMinn, Bobby Lawrence 
MoMullan, Larry Victor. 173, 319 
McMullan, Minnie Katherine, 100, 147, 

319 
McMullan, Wyche Lowe, 102, 179, 347 
McMullen, Aubrey Buford, Jr., 181, 

319 
McMullen, William H.. Jr. 
McMurchy, Charles R., Jr., 167 
McMurray, Marcia 
McMurray, Michael Gordon, 112 
McMurry, Martha Alice, 135, 347 
McNamara, Joseph Leray, 67, 69, 76, 

122, 171, 319 
McNamee, Susan Elizabeth, 135, 334 
McNeal, Velma. 102 
McNeely, Barney Steven, 115 
McNeely, Janet Elizabeth. 89. 334 
McNeely, Linda Colleen, 137. 347 
McNeely, Martha Louise, 98, 319 
McNeely, William H., 77 
McNeer, Sherry Ann, 153, 334 
McNeese, Betty Allison 
McNeese, Judi Puckett 
McNeese, Robert L. 
McNeese, Ihomas Darrell 
McNinch, George Haas. 289 
McNoldy, Emory Belmont, 112 
McPhail, John M. 
McPherson, Donald R., 289 
McPherson, Malcolm H., 113 
McQueen, Carroll D., Jr., 112. 157, 334 
McQueen, Charles Michael, 114, 157, 

347 
McQuigg. Susanne, 61, 100, 143, 334 
McRae, Dianne 
McRaney, Hilda Grafton 
McRaney, Stewart Barwick, 289 
McRee, James Clopton 
McRight, Lila Lee. 96. 147, 191, 347 
McTague, Kenneth Edward 
McTague, Sylvia Hurst 
McWhirter, Nickey Ray 
McWhorter, Laurence S. 
McWilliams, Dale Thornton. 78 
McWilliams, John Gordon. 319 
McWilliams, Thomas M. 

M 

Mabry, Paul Davis, Jr. 

Mabus, Raymond E., Jr. 70, 122, 123, 

159, 319 
Macdonald, Kathleen V. 
Machen. Theodore Davis 
Mackey, James E. 
Mackey, Michael David, 112 
Mackey, William Gadspen 
Macy, Annelle Lee, 149, 347 
Macy, John Richard, 76, 77, 169, 303 
Maddox, Dwight Uriel, 179, 303 
Madison, Tommy Junior. 347 
Madsen, Pamela A., 97, 153, 334 
Maffett, Sandra Jean 
Magee, Brian William 
Magee, Joe Harvey, 40, 77, 334 
Magee, Judy Pat, 73 
Magee, Paul Edwin 
Magee, Robert M. 
Magee. William Thomas, 334 
Magers, Rebecca M. 
Magers, T. Van. 289 
Maholm, Gary Michael 
Mahon, Lucille Leggett, 139, 347 
Maier, Robert Leo. 347 
Maier, Virginia Lee, 319 
Major, Martha Elizabeth, 97, 141 
Makowiecki. William J., 115, 189 
Malatesta, John Joseph 
Maley, Claude, Jr., 117 
Malhotra, N. R., 100, 289 
Mallberg, Michael N. 
Mallette, James Carson, 319 
Malone, Miriam Lane, 96, 139, 334 
Malone. Winford Ann. 149. 319 
Maloney, William Pickett. 121, 334 
Malouf, Michael James, 40, 173, 289 



Malouf, Thomas H., 40, 319 

Mandly, Carole Williams 

Mandrell, William Kerinit 

Maney, Merrill Lavinia, 153, 347 

Mangin, Charles Geoffrey, 70, 319 

Mangum, Robert Leon 

Manifold, David James, 67, 69, 75, 157, 

303 
Mann, A. Katherine. 97. 145. 319 
Mann, Constance Lue, 104, 147, 334 
Mann. Elwin Byron, 177, 347 
Mann, Lindley Stuart 
Mann. Mary Blanche, 97, 139, 303 
Mann, Patricia Dawn, 145, 334 
Mann. Ronald Joseph, 169, 334 
Manning, Earl Leslie, Jr. 
Manning. Edward William, 319 
Manning, Elisha A., Ill, 185 
Manning, Lenora Rosenthal 
Manning, Roy Davis, Jr., 67. 74, 185, 

303 
Manning, Van Russell, 117, 179, 334 
Manning, William Palmer 
Mansell, Ethie Willette, 64, 149, 303 
Mansell, Mary Carnthan, 149, 348 
Manson, Karen Elizabeth, 319 
Maples, Robert Alvin, 121, 169, 334 
Marascalco, Frank P., 303 
Marascalco, Joseph R., 175, 319 
Marascalco, Robert J., 72 
Marascalco, Vincent D., 117, 348 
Marble. Tanis Tdella, 97 
Marcella, David Michael 
Mardis, Larry Joe, 319 
Marett, Esther Florence, 145 
Margolis, Sander Paul 
Marino, Joseph 

Marlar, Jerry Lafayette, 179. 303 
Marodis, Mary, 319 
Marsalis, Gary Edmond 
Marsh, Robert Clinton 
Marshall, James Brett, 331 
Marshall, M. Lynn. 97. 145. 319 
Marshall, Robert Barnes, 171 
Marshall, Sarah Latimer 
Marston, Walter Wilds, 170, 319 
Martin, Aline Franklin 
Martin, Carolyn S. Edwards 
Martin, Cynthia Sybil 
Martin, Frances Eliz. 135 
Martin, Francis Louis, 289 
Martin, Frank G., 334 
Martin, George Gilmore, 289 
Martin, Hollis F., 98. 102 
Martin, James Gilbert, 157, 319 
Martin, James Leland, 67, 167 
Martin, Joan L. 
Martin, John William 
Martin, Leo Lupz 
Martin, Linda Ruth, 101, 135 
Martin, Mary Watson, 348 
Martin, Maurice Bryan, 303 
Martin, Peggy Ann, 319 
Martin, Ross Calvin, 319 
Martin, Taylor Rowland 
Martin, Walton Lewis 
Martin, Wayne Carroll, 113 
Martin, William John., Jr.. 91 
Martin, William Stephen, 98, 319 
Martindale, Larry P. 
Martindale, Rickey U., 348 
Martiniere, Johnanne, 141, 303 
Masand, Hari Pamandas, 100, 289 
Mascari, Kenneth J., 303 
Mashburn, Carlton N„ 181. 3!8 
Mashburn, Leon W.. Ill, 99. 181, 319 
Mask, James Edward, Jr. 
Mask, Vicki Ann. 348 
Mason, Falton Orlander. Jr. 
Mason, Jerry Gordon. 289 
Mason. Martha Ann, 319 
Massengale, Don Edward, 289 
Massengale, Hubert Dwight, 115 
Massengale, Kenneth Wayne 
Massengill, Melissa, 139, 303 
Massey, Creed Laverne 
Massey, Eugene Thomas, 348 
Massey, Gwen, 145, 319 
Massey, James William, 289 
Massey, Michal Patton 
Massey, Patricia Lynn, 101, 149, 348 
Mathews, Dan Robbins 
Mathias, Marion E., 61 
Mathias, Vernon B. 
Mathis, James Harold 
Mathis, Kathryn Ann, 303 
Matson, Lois Carolyn, 319 
Mattei, Roger Benjamin, 117, 189 
Matthews, Elmer W., Jr. 
Matthews, Leroy, Jr. 
Matthews, Linda Sue, 319 
Matthews, William C, 319 
Matulich, Joseph, 117, 183, 348 
Matulich Loretta Jan, 320 
Mauldin, Berlon Michael, 334 
Mauldin, James Carroll 
Mauldin, Janice A., 151, 303 
Mauldin Olin B . Jr., 60. 183, 320 
Mauzey, Roger Errol, 169 
Mavar, Gerald M., 157 
Maxcy. Martha Helen, 320 
Maxey. Celia Banks, 97, 143, 303 



Maxey, Charles Gregory, 171, 334 
Maxey, Francis Burns 
Maxey, John Lewis, 67 
Maxey. William L., 183, 320 
Maxwell. Carolyn C, 43, 64, 73, 79. 

147, 303 
Maxwell. John Caldwell 
May. James Douglas, 116. 334 
May, James Walker, 120. 179. 348 
May, John Edward, III, 179, 303 
May, Thomas Michael, 320 
Mayer, Velia Ann 
Mayes. Curtis Shelby, 112 
Mayes, Thomas Rudolph 
Mayfield Jack Lamar, Jr. 
Mayfield, Nancy Gay 
Mayfield, Thomas Richard 
Mayhugh, Thomas Martin. 122. 173. 

348 
Maynard, Gary Fjrd, 83, 112 
Maynard, George Fleming, 183, 320 
Maynor, James G., Jr., 113 
Mays, Charles Lewis 
Mays, John Hearn. 320 
Mays, John Stuart, 348 
Meacham, Betty Ruth. 149, 335 
Meacham, David Edward, 116 
Mears, Norman, Fay. 114 
Meek, Forrest Lee, 179, 348 
Meek, Mary S., 139 
Meek, Michael L. 
Meek, Paula, 61, 89, 135, 335 
Meeks, Earl Louis 
Meeks, Edwin Dilworth, 348 
Meeks. Gerald Wilson 
Meeks, Janis Shirey 
Meeks, Wanda Lynn 
Megginson, Richard Allen 
Meierhoefer, Lisa Marr 
Meifert, Raymond A. 
Meiners, Linda Catherine, 147 
Meisenheimer, Robert C, 320 
Melien, Laurence Y., 67 
Melsheimer, Cynthia Manier 
Melsheimer, E. Samuel, 303 
Melton, Floyd M., Jr.. 63, 67. 289 
Melton. Martha, 141, 320 
Melton, Mary Randle, 97, 141, 318 
Menkis, Harvey R. 
Menzie, James Warren 
Mercer, James Leroy 
Mercer, Marilyn Old, 97. 141. 335 
Merrell, Jean Arthur, 141, 348 
Messer, Charles Edwin 
Mestayer, Richard F., 169 
Mettetal. Henry Nolan 
Meets. Nancy K. 
Meets, Robert Lowery. Ill, 320 
Metzger, Robert E. 303 
Meyer, Jack Floyd. 70. 114, 335 
Meyer, John R., 159, 320 
Michel, Alan Emil 
Michel, Marilyn Carr 
Mickey, Barry Ivan 
Miers, Mary Jane, 147, 335 
Migues, Danny Ray 
Mihalyka, George K. 
Milam, John Benjamin, 60 
Milam. Kenneth Ewing 
Miles, John Henry. 99. 183 
Miles. John Hubert, Jr. 
Miles, Mary Ann, 149, 320 
Miles. Patricia 
Miley, Weslev Allen 
Militello, Thomas Albert, 122, 165, 

348 

Millard, Jimmie Dee, 289 

Millard. William Richard, 289 

Millen, Bonnie Aqualynn, 151. 320 

Millen, Louis Burchard, Jr. 

Miller, Bonnie E.. 78 

Miller, Charles Edward, 320 

Miller, Cheryl Rolf 

Miller, Cynthia Jane. 335 

Miller, Edward Joseph 

Miller, Edward Owen 

Miller, Everett, Joe, 113, 335 

Miller, Gwen Elizabeth 

Miller, Herman Bradford 

Miller. James Howard. 320 

Miller, Jeffrey George. 187, 348 

Miller, Kermit Carol, 289 

Miller, Larry Gene, 72 

Miller, Loris Marlene 

Miller, Martha Brandon, 151. 335 

Miller, Patricia Ann 

Miller, Robert Arrington, 122, 183. 348 

Miller, Ronald Lee 

Miller, Ronnie Richard 

Miller, Samuel Baker, 90, 303 

Miller, Sarah Diane 

Miller, Sharon Ruth 

Miller, Thomas Glasner, Jr., 171 

Millican, Troy B. 

Millice, Carl Theodore, III 

Milliken, Sarah Ann, 100, 153, 320 

Mills, Claudia R. 

Mills, David Webster, 113, 116, 175, 

335 
Mills. Elvin Wayne, 289 
Mills, Marilyn L. 
Millstein, Sam, Jr. 



Milncr, Katherine. 141, 320 

Milncr. Melinda Craig, 97, 101, 151, 

348 
Milner, Mildred Louise. 139. 335 
MUstead, Don Michael. 104. 320 
Milstead, Judith Carol, 97. 137, 348 
Milsttad, Martha Anne. 78. 102. 303 
Mingee. James Clyde 
Minor, Janus Douglas. 122, 320 
Minor, Jeffrey Clement, 179. .i.'i.'j 
Minor, Lancelot L., III. 117, 171. 318 
Mir, Ghulam Nabi, 100 
Mirabole, Andrew J.. 289 
Miron. Louis Fernando, 348 
Mitchell, Adam Howell, Jr., 115 
Mitchell, Billy Donald 
Mitchell, Colmon Shinn, 116, 179, 348 
Mitchell, Daniel T. 
Mitchell, David Howard, 117, 348 
Mitchell, Donald Chester 
Mitchell, Edwin Young 
Mitchell, Geoffrey C, 40. 167, 320 
Mitchell, Guy William, III, 67 
Mitchell, Harry Hubbard. 121, 179 
Mitchell, James Edwin, 163 
Mitchell, Mary Annis, 151, 320 
Mitchell. Robbins L., 165 
Mixon, Larry Edward, 348 
Mize, Anna Eugenia, 135, 320 
Mize, Danny Gene, 348 
Mize, John Thomas, Jr. 
Mize, Valerie Holt 
Mize, William Goebel, III, 117, 181 
Moak, Donald Lewis, 82, 289 
Moak, Helen Diane 
Moak, Jennifer 
Moak, Paul Greer, 117 
Mobley, Reggis Dale, 335 
Mohammad, Abdul Quddus, 100. 289 
Mohan, Pidatala Krishna, 100, 303 
Moher, James Michael, 335 
Mohler, Barbara Sutcliffe 
Molpus, David Lee, 120 
Molpus, Frank Reily, 167, 303 
Molpus, Richard, Henderson, 116, 183. 

348 
Monfort, Edward O. 
Monfort, Elita Adrian 
Monsour, Mike Ellis, 289 
Monsour, Mitchell Dial, 179, 348 
Monteith, Hugh McGhee, 183. 320 
Monteith, Jo Ann, 147, 335 
Monteith, Richard Carl, 348 
Monteith, Tarlton Hughes, 320 
Montgomery, Calvin Wells, 335 
Montgomery, Carl V., 183 
Montgomery. Charles W.. 120, 348 
Montgomery, Clarence C. 
Montgomery, Edmund Warren, 113. 

167, 335 
Montgomery, Georgianna, 335 
Montgomery, Herbert W. 
Montgomery, Holt, 289 
Montgomery, James Anthony, 157 
Montgomery, Jeanne Howie, 102, 348 
Montgomery, Larry K., 98, 303 
Montgomery, Patsy A. 
Moody, Clara Jean, 289 
Moody, Dwight L., 289 
Moody, Patricia Eileen, 135, 348 
Moon. Sammy Lee 
Moore. Anita Walton 
Moore, Ashley Presnell 
Moore, Barbara Jo., 303 
Moore, Betty B.. 147. 320 
Moore, Carol Ann, 79. 97. 303 
Moore. Carol Sue, 303 
Moore, Carolyn C. 
Moore, Evelyn Carol, 320 
Moore, Fred Hughes 
Moore, Harriet Campbell, 303 
Moore, Henderson A., Ill, 114, 179, 

335 
Moore, James Grafton, Jr., 171. 303 
Moore, James Holley, Jr. 
Moore, Joel Frank, 112, 189 
Moore, John B., Jr., 303 
Moore, Johnny, 320 
Moore, Linda. 151, 335 
Moore, Madge Delorese 
Moore, Marinell, 151, 303 
Moore, McPherson D., 171, 320 
Moore, Nancy Ophelia, 139. 304 
Moore, Noble Glen, 117, 169. 348 
Moore, Patricia Anne 
Moore, Paul M. Jr., 159, 320 
Moore, Robert Dunsceath, 120, 181, 

348 

Moore, Robert Wayne 
Moore, Russell Lee, Jr.. 304 
Moorhead, Rodney Aaron 
Moran, James Bradley 
Morck, Wesley Chambers, 169. 348 
Morehead. Royal Denton 
Moreton, Julian Edward 
Moreton, Ross Elwin, 289 
Morgan, Anna Virginia 
Morgan, Clarence E., III. 179 
Morgan, James P. 
Morgan, John Gayden 
Morgan, John Jordan. 181, 320 
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Morgan, Leger James, Jr. 

Morgan, Linda Camille. 348 

Morgan, Martha Lynn, 151, 320 

Morgan, Richard Wayne, 335 

Morgan, Tolmadge V.. Jr. 

Morris, Clarence Little 

Morris, Elizabeth Sturgis. 97, 139, .518 

Morris, John Alan 

Morris, Kenneth Loy 

Morris, Susan Athena 

Morris, Terry Lee, 115, 348 

Morris, Thomas Hanley, 283 

Morris, William M.tchell. 169 

Morrison, Carolyn M.. 141, 348 

Morrison. Cynthia G.. 43, 151, 304 

Morrison, Forrest Alex 

Morrison, Harvey Lee, Jr., lbl, MJ 

Morrison, William Douglas 

Morrisson, Elizabeth Ann, 320 

Morrisson, Jimmy Lee 

Morrisson. Judith Ann 

Morrow, George C, 181 

Morse, Hugh McDonald 

Morse, Mary Christian 

Mortiner. Melinda 

Morton, Linda Lucille, 320 

Mosakowski, Joseph James 

Mosby, Herman William 

Mosby, William John. 181, 348 

Moscarillo, John Gary, lt.9 

Moses. Mike E.. Jr., 320 

Mosley, Sherry E., 100, 143, 304 

Mosley, Willie 

Moss, Hal Chase, 335 

Moss, Mary Katherine. 78, 304 

Mossburg, Steven Chris 

Motley, Richard Arnold, 348 

Motlow. Mary Bertram. 141. 348 

Motsinger, Wayne Haiold, 113 

Mott, Bennett Jared 

Mott, Sue Ann. 304 

Mounce, James L. 

Mounce, Jennie Witt 

Mounce, Larry Dean 

Mounger, Whitman Davis, 179 

Mountz, Marsha Lynn, 147, 320 

Moy, Lillian, 335 

Moy, Ruby Gay 

Mozingo. James R., Jr. 

Mubarak, Michael. 335 

Mueller, Christian Stephen. 348 

Mulcahy, Kathleen M. 

Mullikin, Peter M. 

Mullins, Charles Jimmy 

Mullins, George Wright, 82 

Mullins, Marilyn Jo, 97 

Muni, Indravadan A.. 100 

Muns, George Ehrman 

Murphree, Kenneth M., 183, 301 

Murphree, Melanee Lou, 151, 348 

Murphree, Neil Metts, 157 

Murphree, Thomas Martin, Jr. 

Murphy, Allen Lee, 91. 304 

Murphy, Ann Whitfield, 143, 348 

Murphy, Bonita B. 

Murphy, David E. 

Murphy Elizabeth Ann, 96, 141, 320 

Murphy, James Loyal 

Murphy, Mary C, 147, 304 

Murphy, Mary Ellen 

Murphy, Michael Charles 

Murphy, Phillip Alan 

Murphy, Rebecca Merle, 335 

Murray, Donald Lynn 

Murray, James Lynn 

Murray, Lambert Edward, 348 

Murrell, Dan Stewart 

Murrell, Patricia Hillman 

Murry, Danny Harold 

Musgrave, Joseph Robert. 320 

Muth, Claudia Dean, 335 

Mutzi, Alma Maria 

Myers, Addie Elaine 

Myers, Charles Anthony, 116, 183 

Myers, David Paul, 173, 190, 320 

Myers, Grover M. 

Myers, Joseph Thompson, 112, 169 

Myers, Rene Armstrong, 98 

Myers, Riley Dewey, 115 

Myers, Robert Leon, 117, 173. 335 

Myers, Ronald Arthur 

Myers, Roy Mitchell, 348 

Myers, William Harbin 

Myers, William Milton. 116. 163, 320 

Myrick, Harold Griffin, 320 

Myrick, Michael Ray 

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Nabors. James Luther, 83, 329 

Nahir, Carmen Laracucnte, 289 

Nail, Jane McKeage 

Nance, Catherine, 97. 135, 335 

Nance. Robert Sherwood, 115, 348 

Nanney, Jimmy Rty 

Napier, Edgar C. 

Nappier, Elizabeth Anne. 335 

Nash, Charles H. 

Nash, Nita Carlene, 97, 137. 320 

Nassar, Shelby Thomas. 113, 173, 33.) 

Neal, Danny Wayne, 181 

Neal, Rayborn David, 320 



Neale, Charles Alexander, 179, 320 

Nealy, Charles V., Jr., 76. 304 

Neblett, George R., 289 

Necaise, Jeanne Kaye, 63, 151 

Neeley, Robert Lee, 289 

Neellv, Linda Page 

Neelfy, Michael Leigh 

Neely, Antoinette, 335 

Neely. Charles Wyck 

Neely, Mary Anne, 335 

Neely, Russell Newton, 169, 335 

Neely, Thomas Dean, Jr., 113, 159, 335 

Neely, Willard Ross, II, 187, 320 

Neese, Virginia Lee, 153 

Neill, Charles Lamar, 179 

Neill, Eliz P. Goodyear 

Neill, Eva Lillian. 40, 68, 149. 335 

Neill, Kathryne Leigh, 149, 320 

Neill, Samuel W„ 122, 169, 335 

Neilson, Martha Bryant, 79, 145, 320 

Nellis, Victor Ray, 124, 348 

Nelms, Robert Wade, 320 

Nelson, Deborah Ruth, 151, 348 

Nelson, Donald Vernon 

Nelson, Frank Cleveland, 348 

Nelson, Irwin H., 90, 122, 123, 304 

Nelson, Jimmy Lynn 

Nelson, Karl Martin, Jr. 

Nelson, Robert Edward, 289 

Nelson, Robert Lynn 

Nelson, Tiny Bess Evans 

Nelson, William Mack 

Nelson, Winnie Sue 

Nemec, Nelson Frank, 304 

Nester, Daniel Martin 

Nester, Donald James 

Nttherton, James S., 320 

Netherton, Lura Jean, 97, 335 

Nettles. Margaret Anne, 335 

Neukirch, Donal Williams, 169 

Nevel, Erba P. 

Nevels, Robert Lynn, 115 

Neville, John Beard 

New, Peggy Goff 

Newberry, Ronald Gene 

Newcomb, Rupert P., Jr. 

Newell, Charles P., Jr., 289 

Newell, Janet Ruth, 139 

Newell, Patricia T., 289 

Newell, Ronald Bruce, 67, 171. 304 

Newman, Charles Puffman, 112, 348 

Newman, Cleo Ann 

Newman, Larry Micheal 

Newman, Susan Spence 

Newsom, Donna Kay, 320 

Newton, Hugh Patrick, 169. 320 

Newton, James Thomas, 115, 157, 348 

Nicholas, Daniel J., Jr., 167 

Nichols, Thomas Beall, 112, 169, 348 

Nichols, George Curtis 

Nichols, James Monroe, Jr. 

Nichols, Jean Simmons 

Nichols, Jeffrey Hamilton, 167 

Nichols, Michelle G., 335 

Nichols. Thomas T.. 304 

Nicholson, William B„ 320 

Nickel, Judith Elaine, 97. 304 

Nickens, Donnell Jerome, 335 

Nickles, Lance Reed 

Nippert, Ronald Gene 

Nishimura, Yorio 

Nix, John Paul 

Nix, Victor Arthur, III, 115, 177, 348 

Nixon, Frank Paul 

Noble, Edgar Davis. Jr., 167 

Noble, Judith K., 97, 153, 320 

Noble, Richard G.. 76, 167, 304 

Noe, Lila Suzanne, 97, 149, 348 

Noel, Jon Davis 

Nolan, Paul Laderl, 320 

Noll, Harold C. Jr., 187 

Norman, Anne Oneill, 143, 335 

Norman, David Randolph. 93, 304 

Norman, Nancy Rights, 139, 348 

Norman, Robert Henry, 70, 113 

Norman, Roger A., Jr., 171. 304 

Norman, William E. 

Norquist, Samuel Griffin, 181, 320 

Norris, Larry Oneal 

Norris, Robert Lee, 177, 304 

Northcross, Walter V., 167 

Northern, Charles Wright, 40, 77, 169, 

335 
Northern, Robert Earl 
Norton, Jack Victor, 169 
Norton, Nancy, 348 
Norton, Paula Deen, 97, 101, 135, 348 
Norwood, George Joseph 
Nowlin, James Larry, 113, 159. 335 
Null, George W., 304 
Nulta, Linda Marlene, 135 
Nunley, Roger H.. 102 
Nunnery, John R., Jr., 69. 70, 128, 

171, 320 
Nutt, David Hugh 
Nutt, Glenda M. 

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Oakes, Judith Karen, 349 
Oakley, Richard S.. 181, 335 
Oakley, Robert Edward 



Oakley, William K., 181, 320 
Oakman, Jerry Dennis. 70, 320 
Oates, Carole Virginia, 304 
Oates, Jack Cotten 
Oates, Janey Marie, 101, 349 
O'Bannon, Charles Phillip, 91 
O'Barr, Teresa Gail, 141, 349 
O'Connor, John Michael, 169 
O'Daniel, Jerry W. 
Oddo, Edward, Jr. 
O'Donnell, John Samuel, III, 63, 67, 

289 
Ogden, Howard Earl, 124 
Ogden, Walter Page. 69, 320 
Ogle, Linda Lee, 100, 321 
OHschlager, Kenneth Holt, 122 
Okeefe, Laura Ann, 335 
Olafsen, William D. B., 123 
Oleary, David Julian, 169, 335 
Oliphant, James Leslie, 304 
Oliphant, William Rayburn, 304 
Oliver, Charles Jerry, 124, 335 
Oliver, Christine Lee, 64 
Oliver, Ernest G., Jr., 157, 321 
Oliver, Gregory, Duncan, 304 
Oliver, John Walter 
Oliver, Leslie Claire, 97, 349 
Oliver, Sadie Lindsay, 147, 304 
Oliver, William Joseph 
Olson, Mardie Sue, 97, 141, 349 
Olson, Margaret Lynn, 141, 321 
Omara, Charles Snow, 40, 70, 113, 171, 

335 
Omundson, Janet Sue 
O'Neal, Ellen, 143, 305 
O'Neal, Gwendolyn Connell, 93, 96, 

97, 151, 349 
O'Neal, Kathleen, 321 
O'Neill, Lawrence Hill 
Orander, Germaine Suzanne, 305 
Orio, Beverly Brooks 
Orourke, Patrick Dale, 169 
Orr, Wayne Shannon, 349 
Orton, Frederick Charles 
Osborn, Clifton E., 289 
Osborn. Joseph Ben, 112 
Osborn, Mary Carolyn 
Ostermick, Van Dale, 169, 335 
Oswald, Gloria Dei 
Oswald, Jerome Lee 
Oswalt, Larry Eugene, 335 
Ousley, Richard Neil, 84, 181, 289 
Overby, Charles Lewis, 67, 75, 305 
Overdyle, William Lloyd, 116 
Overstreet, Boyce Frank 
Overstreet, James S., Jr., 114, 167 
Overstreet, Michael Harold 
Overton, Charles Earnest, 157, 321 
Owen, Charles Ivy 
Owen, David Arthur 
Owen, John Edgar 
Owen, John W., 171, 305 
Owen, Joseph Sam, 335 
Owen, Robert Lea, 179 
Owen, Winston J. 
Owens, Lilburn Horace, Jr. 
Owens, Steve, 117 
Owens Vashti W. 
Oza, Chandrakant, A., 100, 289 



Pace, Ann Rodgers 

Pace, Casey Culpepper 

Page, Shirley Ann, 335 

Paine, George Carter 

Paine, Thomas D., 40, 70, 185, 335 

Palko, Tommy Noel, 289 

Palmer, David, O., 116 

Palmer, Jacqueline Kay, 137, 321 

Palmer, Pamela Rae, 153, 349 

Palmer, Virginia Ann, 137, 305 

Palmer, William Judson, 189, 289 

Palzer, Warren P., 289 

Pandya, Mahendraprasad K., 100 

Pang, Josephine S., 89, 305 

Pang, Raymond 

Pappas, Jenny Suzanne, 101, 147. 349 

Parchman, Louis Wiley, 305 

Parchman, Virginia Harper 

Pardue, Beverly Patricia, 349 

Pardue, Joyce Ann, 97, 153, 335 

Parham. Frances Marion 

Parish, David C. 99, 335 

Parish, Dorothy Lois, 137, 349 

Parish, Paul M., 67, 69, 70, 73, 305 

Parish, Richard Joseph, 167 

Park, Danny Larry, 321 

Park, John Oglesby, 189 

Park, Yong Chin 

Parker. Beverly Jane. 335 

Parker, Cynthia Kaye, 305 

Parker, Dabney Terrell, 68, 97, 335 

Parker, Derek Eugene 

Parker, Edward Douglas, 114, 183 

Parker, Jane Elizabeth, 305 

Parker, Janis Ellen, 137 

Parker, John Robert, 121, 321 

Parker, Charlotte D., 139 

Parker, David Alan 

Parker, James Reid 



Parker, Michael Dennis, 112, 349 

Parker, Larry Joe 

Parker, Paul Harmon, 115, 171, 349 

Parker, Richard Wayne, 289 

Parker, Rufus Eugene 

Parker. Sylvester Edison, 321 

Parker, Tina Sue, 321 

Parkerson, Dave Cannon, 349 

Parkes, James C, Jr. 

Parks, Harold Brent, 321 

Parks, Hazel Lynn, 349 

Parks Hugh Harold, 117 

Parks, James Quay 

Parnell, Carter C, Jr., 

Parrish, James Ronald 

Parvin, Gary Randolph 

Paschall, Martin G., 167, 305 

Pash, John, 305 

Paslay, Jefferson Wardlaw, 173, 305 

Passera, William Eugene, 335 

Patch, Ronald Harrison, 98, 183 

Patel, Dhirubhai K., 100, 290 

Patrick, Patricia Ann 

Patterson, Billie Jane, 153, 321 

Patterson, Burt L., 72. 290 

Patterson, Carol A., 349 

Patterson, Carol Ann, 97, 153, 321 

Patterson, Edmond Burke, 116, 179 

Patterson, Eugene M. 

Patterson, Gary Wayne, 70, 77, 321 

Patterson, Jane, 68, 147, 335 

Patterson, Patricia Lola, 147, 335 

Patton, Jerry L. 89, 321 

Patton, Jerry Lee, 70, 290 

Patton, Kathryn Hart 

Paul, Mary Elizabeth, 321 

Paul, Patricia Ann, 137, 305 

Paul, Rex Nelson 

Paul, Victoria, 335 

Pauler, Donna Dalenen F. 

Paulsen, John H.. 177, 305 

Payne, Charles Alex, 112 

Payne, Joel G„ Jr., 117, 183, 321 

Payne, Lelia Ross 

Payne, Patricia Ann, 60, 135, 321 

Peabody, Eugene Poitevin, 120 

Peacher, Linda Jewell, 96, 336 

Peacock, Edward P., Ill, 77, 88, 89. 

116. 171, 321 
Peacock, Martha Ellen 
Peacock, William Luther, 305 
David A. Peaks, 157 
Pearce, David Gill, 116, 321 
Pearce, Woody Dill, 321 
Pearson, Arthur Morris 
Pearson, Earl Eugene, 84 
Pearson, Linda Lee, 349 
Pearson, Lonnie Wilson, 70, 73, 74, 

90, 305 
Peck, Mary Grace, 305 
Peddle, Frank Shull, Jr. 
Peden, James Alton, Jr., 67, 69, 75, 

290 
Peden, Ralph Kenneth 
Pedersen, Robert H.. 76, 321 
Peeler, Joe Frank, Jr., 181 
Peeples, Mary Dawn 
Peeples. Jack Terry 
Pegram, Magalyn Ruth 
Pegram, Roberta Jane 
Penick, Pamela Elizabeth, 137, 349 
Pennebaker, Charles Robert, 183, 321 
Pennebaker, John David, 290 
Pennebaker, Wilmer P., Jr., 336 
Pepin, John Joseph 
Pepper, Tommy Joe, 122, 181 
Pepper, Virginia Nell 
Pepper, William Allen, 290 
Perdue, William Brentz 
Perdue, William Lewis, 40, 349 
Peresich, Ronald Giles 
Perkins, Ann Patrick, 139. 191, 349 
Perkins, James Gordon, 183 
Perkins, Mary Frances, 78, 79, 102, 305 
Permenter, Judith Lee 
Permenter, Wallace Neil 
Permenter, Walterine L., 147, 349 
Perrine, William Albert, 187 
Perry, Alan Walter, 35, 63, 67, 70, 77. 

183, 321 
Perry, Carolyn Brandt, 305 
Perry, Charles D.. 305 
Perry, Edith Louise, 97, 137 
Perry, Mickey Joe, 349 
Perry, Priscilla Botts 
Perry, Robert Euel, 70, 183 
Perry, Robert Houston, 114, 171, 336 
Perry, Rosalyn Neilson 
Perry, Vicki Ann, 151, 349 
Person, Michael Sink, 171, 321 
Person, Susan Louise. 97, 143, 349 
Persson, Christopher E., 321 
Peteet, Portia Anne, 97, 145, 321 
Peters, Frances Suzanne 
Peters, George Nick, 336 
Peters, William Hugh 
Peterson, Arthur William, 112 
Peterson, Bruce Werner 
Peterson, Richard L., Jr., 77, 115. 159. 

321 
Peterson, Walter R„ 115, 159, 349 



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Pettigrew, Charles Randy 

Peyton, Robert George 

Phay, Rebecca Ann, 40, 147, 321 

Phelan, Eugene J., Jr., 159, 321 

Phelps, Claire Ann 

Phifer, Sylvia J., 305 

Phillips, Carol June, 349 

Phillips, Carolyn Celeste, 43, 43, 143, 

349 
Phillips, Frances A., 305 
Phillips, Gale Veazey, 143, 321 
Phillips, George Landon, 116 
Phillips, Harriet Mabry, 149, 321 
Phillips, James Coney, 183 
Phillips, John Langhorne 
Phillips, Martha Carolyn, 143, 321 
Phillips, Michael Rudd, 179, 290 
Phillips, Ouida Jean Jobe 
Phillips, Ray C. 

Phillips, Rayna Rebecca, 143, 349 
Phillips, Richard Taylor, 179, 321 
Phillips, Sara Jackson 
Phillips, Thomas Kent 
Phillips, William Leslie, 115, 181 
Phillips, William Thomas, 181 
Piazza, Benjamin Joseph, Jr. 
Piazza, Harry A., 167, 321 
Piazza, Julius A., 179 
Pickett, George Bailey, Jr. 
Pickett, Ruth Lynne K. 
Pieczyk, Robert S. 
Pieralisi, Jeffrey Dennis, 179 
Pieralisi, Terry Don, 114, 179, 336 
Pierce, Ann Caldwell 
Pierce, Barbara Sue 
Pierce, Harmon Barnett 
Pierce, Jimmy Lee, 305 
Pierce, Judy Coralei, 143, 321 
Pierce, Marcia G., 79, 305 
Pierce, Susan French, 143, 349 
Pigford, Robert Gilbert, 171 
Pigford, Thomas Houston 
Pike, Roy Wesley 
Pike, Terrell Ann, 82 
Pillow, Armstrong Hart, 139, 305 
Pincura, Paul G., 305 
Pinkston, William C, 70, 175, 336 
Pipkin, Sharon Lee, 145 
Pitcairn, Valda Carline, 349 
Pitcher, Rachel Ann, 97, 147, 336 
Pitner, Michael Spencer, 305 
Pitner, Robert Michael, 169, 336 
Pittman, Elizabeth Ann, 97, 149, 321 
Pittman, William Claude, 113, 336 
Pittman, William Marlow 
Pittman, William Henry 
Pitts, Joe Vance 
Pitts, Pamela Jane 
Plants, Frances Ellen 
Plants, Mary Kathryn, 97, 149, 349 
Plemmons, Robert Lee, 112, 349 
Ploch, Florian Herbert, 159, 305 
Poates, Mary Evelyn, 336 
Poe, Joseph Craig, 157 
Pointer, David Lawrence 
Poitevent, Fred Owen 
Pokorny, Vern Arthur, 117 
Poland, William Hall, 305 
Politan, Gary Wayne 
Polk, John Richard 
Polk, Marilyn Patricia, 97, 137, 349 
Pollan, Jeannie Ruth, 305 
Pong, Schwe Fang 
Pool, William R., 62, 67, 70, 73, 86, 

171, 305 
Poole, James Eugene, 185, 349 
Poole, Mitchell E., 121, 175, 336 
Poovey, Mary Lamar, 61, 149, 336 
Pope. Willis III, 159 
Porter, Evelyn Rogers 
Porter, Jimmie Trussell 
Porter, John Rudolph, 116, 165 
Porter, Kelly Wayne, 305 
Porter, William D., 169 
Posey, Lowery Michael, 112 
Poteet, Betty Diane, 97, 104, 349 
Potter, Joseph Ned 
Potts, Cullen Vogel 
Potts, Donald Cochran, 179, 321 
Potuk, James Nicholas, 128 
Pou, Frederick Anthony, 305 
Poulsen, Jeffery Y. 
Poulsen, John Freed, 112 
Pounds, Saundra Ellen, 105, 135, 305 
Povall, Amanda B., 34, 35, 41, 64, 

139, 305 
Povall, John Kirkham, 116, 171, 349 
Powder, Cecilia Lee 
Powell, Joseph Gorman, 91 
Powell, Mary Selden, 141 
Powell, Nancy Carolyn 
Powell, Phyllis Patricia, 97, 336 
Powell, Ronald Edward, 187, 321 
Powell, Sanford L. 
Powell, Virginia Alice, 143, 321 
Powers, Harris F., Jr., 128, 157, 305 
Powers, John Ray, 38, 67, 167, 305 
Powers, Margaret Anne, 139, 349 
Prabhakara, Nazarey B., 100, 290 
Prather, Ann Stennett, 40, 97, 104, 305 
Pratt, David Harris, 321 



Pratt, Lawrence Earl, 169, 321 
Praytor, Robert Ernest 
Presley, Pamela Ann, 135, 349 
Preston, Arthur Alexander. 173. 336 
Prewett, Charles Michael, 112, 321 
Prewitt, James Ottis, 112, 349 
Prewitt, John William 
Price, Adelbert W., Jr. 
Price, Charlotte Ann, 61, 78, 97, 135, 

336 
Price, Connie Laine, 97, 145, 321 
Price, John Lewis, 187, 336 
Price, Johnny Andrew 
Price, Juanita 

Price, Judson Durden, Jr., 305 
Price, Marilyn Lee, 336 
Price, Sue Falkner 
Price, Thomas Bennett 
Price, Thomas Glenn, 321 
Prichard, Elizabeth Ann, 290 
Prichard, Mellicent L., 141 
Priest, Dean B. 

Primos, James Aleck, Jr., 169, 321 
Primos, Walter Stephens, 116 
Pringle, Lynne Hall 
Pringle, Ralph Wood 
Pritchard, Dudley Ernest, 321 
Privett, Lucy Evelyn M. 
Privett, Roane Burhl, 305 
Prosper, Gary Wayne, 290 
Prosser, William Purvis 
Provence, Patsy Ruth 
Province, John Watson, Jr. 
Prowell, Martha Louise, 149, 321 
Prude, Sarah Scribner, 139, 349 
Pruden, Floyd Everett, 159, 349 
Pryor, James Thomas, Jr., 62 
Pryor, Mildred Golden, 290 
Pryor, Sylvia Mayfield 
Pryor, William Donald 
Ptak, Donna Maria, 336 
Puckett, Susan Waldrop, 336 
Pugh, Gerald Wayne 
Pugh, Joseph Tunney 
Pullen, Jerrill Rowena, 143, 321 
Pulliam, Anthony Ward 
Purdom, John L., 117, 179 
Purnell, Catherine V.. 321 
Purvis, Donald Ralph, 183, 349 
Purvis, James Watson, 183 
Purvis, Merry Elizabeth, 79, 102, 305 
Purvis, Patricia Alice, 153, 349 
Puryear, Marguerite Carol, 141, 349 
Puryear, Susan, 101, 145, 349 
Putt, Larry O'Neil 

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Quaka, Thomas George, 169, 305 

Quam, Margaret Ann 

Quarterman, Charles P., 70, 128, 163, 

321 
Qui.rtcrman, Susan Gayle, 97, 137, 349 
Quattlebaum, Michael Earl, 157 
Queyja, Michael Thomas 
Quin, Joseph Marvin, 37, 77, 183 
Quinn, Anna L. 
Quinn, Catherine B„ 139, 349 
Quinn, Donald Lee 
Quinn, James L., 112, 349 
Quinn, Patricia Anne, 321 
Quinn, Tims Alford, Jr., 181, 321 
Quinn, William Herbert 
Quon, Eileen, 40, 68, 101, 336 
Quon, John Paul, 82 
Quon, Pauline, 321 



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Rachedi, Hussein, 98 

Rackley, Thomas Newell, 175, 336 

Rae, Janet Dorothy, 336 

Ragland, Riley Byron 

Ragland, Ronald James, 117 

Rainer, James Edward, 157, 321 

Rainer, Mary Letitia, 102, 141, 321 

Rainey, Johnny Richard 

Rainey, Theodore Hughes, Jr., 187, 336 

Ramage, Linda Jane 

Rajan, V. V., 100, 321 

Ramay, Joyce Anne, 290 

Rammell, Wayne Brown, 305 

Ramsey, Emile S. 

Ramsey, James Darryl 

Ramsey, Pauline, 305 

Ramsey, William Allan, Jr., 306 

Randall, Joseph Bradford, 116, 169 

Randall, Lee Wilson, 349 

Randall, Randy Lee, 181 

Randall, Richard Vance, 63, 306 

Randle, James Curtis, 163, 290 

Randle, William Fred 

Rank, Jon Frederick, 177, 321 

Rankin, David Foster, 82, 290 

Ransom, Vicki Ruth, 97, 147, 349 

Rasberry, Cynthia Ann, 349 

Ratcliff, Christine O'Neil 

Rather, David McCleary, 113 

Rather, George Hamilton, Jr., 321 



Ratlin", Donald W., 177, 349 

RatlifT, James Leroy, 177, 349 

Ravelo-Inguanzo, Rosa L. 

Rawlings, John Cary, 117, 157, 349 

Rawlinson, Mary Lanelle 

Ray, Austin Fentress, Jr., 171 

Ray, Clell Herman, 349 

Ray, Haysel Jones 

Ray, Helen Jannette, 321 

Ray, Howard Manfred 

Ray, John Calvin, 306 

Ray, Marthadele Anne 

Ray, Paul Aubry 

Ray, Susan Gilbert 

Ray, William Spencer 

Rayburn, John Kent, 115, 177, 349 

Raymick, James Ernest 

Rea, Charles E„ 171 

Rea, Larry Guy, 83, 187, 336 

Ready, Carol Ann, 349 

Ready, David Carroll, 306 

Reagan, Patricia Sue, 139, 349 

Reagan, Patsy G. Duncan 

Reagan, Seth David, 306 

Real, Edward Hall 

Reardon, John Steven, 349 

Recktenwald, Thomas Lee, 117 

Redditt, Chester H., 63, 173 

Reddoch, John III, 99, 117, 167, 322 

Redmon, Karen Lynn 

Reecht, Timothy Hart, 159, 322 

Reed, A. J., Jr., 114, 336 

Reed, Cynthia Ann 

Reed, Garland Randolph 

Reed, Susan Ann, 43, 43, 64, 137, 306 

Reel, Anton E. Ill, 181, 336 

Reel, Linda Louise, 97, 135, 349 

Rees, Frederic Warren, Jr., 169, 322 

Reese, Ramona Jo 

Reese, Regina 

Reese, Wesley, 181, 336 

Reeve, Rowland Smith, 167, 350 

Reeves, Allen Bradley, 290 

Reeves, Carolyn Thomas 

Reeves, Crawford Darrell 

Reeves, Zeb F. Ill, 98, 102, 185 

Regan, William Benjamin, 290 

Reid, George Harrison, 169 

Reid, James Jacob, 115, 350 

Reid, Kenneth Harlan Reid, 40, 159, 

336 
Reid, William Woodrow, Jr., 187, 350 
Reifers, Charles Garrett 
Reifers, Darlene Patsy, 149, 336 
Reilly, Edward C. 
Reiner, Mary Jane 
Reisman, Mike Alvin 
Remade, Francis, 82, 177, 290 
Reno, Elizabeth Ann, 97, 147, 322 
Renovich, William Michael, 88, 102, 

179 
Repovich, Lieber Don 
Restarick, Henry Louis, Jr. 
Rester, Thomas Edwin, 290 
Revere, Robert Ken, 185 
Reynolds, Ernest Darden 
Reynolds, James Franklin, 115 
Reynolds, Jimmie Brock 
Reynolds, Judith Lynn M. 
Reynolds, Stephen D., Jr. 
Rhaly, Henry Crawford, Jr., 187, 350 
Rhea, Charles Samuel, 117, 183, 350 
Rhea, Danny Walker, 115, 157 
Rhoades, Gilbert L., Jr., 74, 98, 306 
Rhoades, Gilbert Ross, 122, 122, 173, 

190, 350 
Rhoden, Richard Earl, 70, 159, 322 
Rhoden, Thomas Henry 
Rhodes, Clarence L. 
Rhodes, Rollin Sloan, 119, 123, 169 
Rhodes, Robert Allen, 322 
Rhodes, William Joseph, 99, 169, 322 
Rice, John Albert, 157, 306 
Rice, Katherine Allen, 139 
Rich, Melvin Hampton, 114, 167 
Richards, Chester Ware, 76, 114 
Richards, Kenneth M., 115, 169 
Richards, Nancy Jean, 102, 137, 350 
Richards, Wylie Edward, Jr., 63, 70, 

117, 159 
Richardson, Charles Lamar, 128, 322 
Richardson, Cynthia Sue 
Richardson, James Arnold, 102, 173, 

322 
R'ch;rd;on, Jerry Dean, 167 
Richardson, John Kettle, 114 
Richardson, Mary Linda 
Richardson, Minnie Kathryn 
Richardson, Nancy Anita, 290 
Richardson, Robert Danny 
Richardson, Robert Lee, 113 
Richardson, William M., Jr. 
Richburg, William Edward, 89, 113 
Richey, Jean Rand 
Richey, Michael M. 
Rickels, Mary Sue 
Riddell, Mai Shaw, 187, 350 
Riddell, Tally D., Jr., 88, 185, 306 
Riddick, Kathryn Bradley 
Ridley, James Russell, Jr.. 179. 350 



Reither, Robert Denny 
Rifiby, William Herman, Jr., 70, \2?, 
336 

n, Hal Kenneth, 112. ik.'s, 350 

RiggS, Jane Allen, 137, 306 

Riley, Charles Nelson, 350 

Riley, Jerry Dale, 117, 185 

Riley, Sheila Ann, 322 

Riley, Suzanne Patricia, 102, 105, 137 

322 
Ring, Aaron Nickey, 336 
Ring, Joseph J. 
Ringsrud, Rian, 114, 173, 336 
Risher, Sidney E., Jr., 350 
Ritch, Anne M. 
Ritchey, Jacob Marvin, 181 
Ritchey, Sarah Sue. 64, 100, 151, 306 
Rives, Pamela Jeanne, 141 
Roach, William L., Jr., 112, 187, 336 
Roark, George James III, 322 
Robbins, Anne E. B., 147, 336 
Robbins, Helen Camille, 79, 143, 306 
Robbins, Michael D., 41, 183 
Roberson, Judy Patricia 
Roberson, Susan McBroom, 306 
Roberts, B. David 
Roberts, Dennis Lee, 120, 159, 336 
Roberts, Edwin Hayes, Jr., 89, 99, 114 
Roberts, Frankie Dolores 
Roberts, Herbert Duane 
Roberts, James Vernell 
Roberts, Kay Pritchard 
Roberts, Larry Eugene 
Roberts, Larry Howard, 113 
Roberts, Lloyd Eugene 
Roberts, Martin Stanley, 115, 350 
Roberts, Nick B., 181 
Roberts, Robert Lee, Jr., 169, 322 
Roberts, Roy Whitten 
Roberts, William Elbert, 322 
Robertson, Carolyn J., 141, 350 
Robertson, Charles Ray, Jr., 70, 336 
Robertson, James Willard 
Robertson, Leon Levell, 350 
Robertson, Patricia Ann, 322 
Robertson, Stokes Vernon, 167, 322 
Robinson, Clydene 
Robinson, David Wayne, 157, 322 
Robinson, Dean Carlton 
Robinson, Edward Bryce, 179, 350 
Robinson, Edwin Yerger, Jr. 
Robinson, Felix Edward 
Robinson, Franklin Scott, 350 
Robinson, Johnny M. 
Robinson, Judy Cooley 
Robinson, Larry Marvin 
Robinson, Marcia R., 143, 350 
Robinson, Nan Cary 
Robinson, Richard Ray, 169, 350 
Robinson, Ronnie A., 306 
Robinson, Sidney A., 112, 181, 336 
Robinson, Thomas A., 115. 169, 350 
Rolison, Jackie 
Robison, Katherine D., 350 
Robison, Robert Wooten, 179 
Robinson, Stewart, 114, 173, 336 
Roby, Kerry Dwyght, 84 
Rocha, Rodney Frank, 322 
Roche, Robert Randall 
Rochester, James Crockett, 290 
Rodenhauser. Catherine R., 149, 350 
Rodrigue, Lauren Angela 
Rodriquiz, Manuel, 322 
Roe, Larry Alan, 165, 350 
Rogers, Anderson Barklev, 306 
Rogers, Charles Louis, 169 
Rogers, David Edward 
Rogers, Frances Nadine 
Rogers, Frederick R., 171 
Rogers, Herbert Graham III, 82 290 
Rogers, Herman A., 90, 102. 306 
Rogers, James Donald, 120, 336 
Rogers, Janet Woodward 
Rogers, Malcolm Taylor, 113, 185 
Rogers, Michael Eugene 
Rogers, Michele Daugherty 
Rogers, Nancy Lee, 306 
Rogers, Sharon Lou 
Rogers, Shelby Reece, Jr.. 122. 350 
Rogers, Van Lewis, 171 
Rogers, Warren K., 183 
Rogers, William George 
Rogers, William Levi III 
Roland, Harry Smith, 171, 350 
Rolison, Jackie, 115, 350 
Romano, Rhonda Marie 
Romano, Terrance Mary, 96, 350 
Romberger, Frank C. 
Romines, Kenneth Mitchell 
Romines, Martha Jane 
Rooks, Charles Wendell, 74, 98, 306 
Roper, John C, Jr., 322 
Roper, William A., Jr., 76, 306 
Rosamond, Bettye You 
Rosamond, William Ervin, 171, 350 
Rose, Jimmie W., 40, 115, 322 
Rose, Kenneth H. 
Rose, Willard P., Jr.. 179, 322 
Rosella, Patrick O. 
Ross, Allan Semmes, Jr., 290 
Ross, Barbara Susan, 141, 306 



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Ross, Benjamin Franklin, 171, 350 

Ross, Harvey T„ Jr., 171 

Ross, Jackson Lockwood. Jr. 

Ross, Joe R., Jr., 60, 116, 185 

Ross, Joe Sexton 

Ross, Patricia Yvonne, 78, 322 

Ross, Sandra McFarland 

Ross, Sylvia Patterson 

Ross, Walter Eley, 116 

Rossman, Richard James 

Rost, Judith Ann, 100, 141 

Roten, Betty Gail 

Rotenberry, Dinah Pearl 

Rothert, William Clarence 

Rotstein, Ronald Davis 

Rouse, Andrew Eugene, 70, 114 

Roussel, Dennis Alan. 40, 177, 306 

Rowe, Bettina Ann, 143, 336 

Rowland, Guy Ford 

Rowland, William Whitman 

Rowzee, Betty Lynn, 143 

Roy, John Edward 

Henry, Robbie Jo, 350 

Royals, Charles Brookshire, 183, 190, 

350 
Royals, James Lee 
Royals, Thomas Edward 
Royce, Ben Lockett, 114, 157, 336 
Rucinski, Charles J. 
Rucker, Linda Carol 
Rueseler, Victoria Leah, 143. 336 
Ruffin, Edward L., Jr., 306 
Ruiz, Alicia 

Rush, Mary Lee, 149, 322 
Rushing, Don Lowery, 128, 306 
Russ, Roderick S. III. 306 
Russ, William Burdette 
Russell, Ardis Defrance, 113, 336 
Russell, Barbara Estes 
Russell, Bruce Cornell 
Russell, Clara Dean 
Russell, Donald Ried 
Russell, Effie Jane, 147, 306 
Russell, Frances Snipes 
Russell, Frank Allison 
Russell, Geoffrey Kent 
Russell, James Michael 
Russell, John Burton. 70. 114, 185 
Russell, John James, 159, 322 
Russell, Martha Randall, 139 
Russell, Mary Elizabeth 
Russell, Mary Lou. 350 
Russell, Nanette May. 40. 97. 149. 336 
Russell, Robert E.. 76. 90, 171, 306 
Russell, Wallace Howard, 114, 336 
Rutherford, Wayne Sims, 99 
Rutledge, James Clay, 171 
Rutledge, Mary Frances, 97, 336 
Ryan, Garrett Patrick, 113 
Ryan, Michael Richard 
Ryan. Norman 
Rye, Morris Lynn 
Rylka, Penelope Mary Ann F. 



Saad, Joseph K„ Jr.. 173, 336 

Saccoman, Richard Henry 

Sadik, Farid 

Sadler, James Allen 

Sadler, William H. Ill, 122. 169 

Safian, Brian William. 189 

Safley, Susan Alice, 145. 350 

Saldona, Conrad Mask, 117, 350 

Salerno, Deborah A., 336 

Salerno, Ronald Charles. 322 

Salers, James Milford, 322 

Salladay, Philip Carter 

Sallis, joe Zack 

Salloum, Richard P.. 171 

Salloum, Victoria Theresa 

Sam, Sherrie, 97, 151 

Sample, James Larry 

Sample, John Wood, 185 

Sampson, Andrew McMullen. 336 

Sams, Robert Edward, 117, 171. 350 

Samson, Robert Andrews. 112. 171. 350 

Samuels. Ronald L., 67, 77, 86, 88, 89, 

185, 306 
Sander, Richard Eric 
Sanders, Alix Henry, 290 
Sanders, Bobby Franklin 
Sanders, Charles George 
Sanders, Donald Bilbo 
Sanders, Elba Jane Hogue, 137, 306 
Sanders, George S. 
Sanders, Gregory Maxwell, 32? 
Sanders, Henry E. 
Sanders, Janie Aileen. 336 
Sanders, Jimmy Harold. 112 
Sanders, John Edgar. 70, 72, 306 
Sanders, Jon Knox, 116 
Sanders, Kaye Ann, 351 
Sanders, Melanie L.. 137, 336 
Sanders, Paul Robin 
Sanders, Robert Evans. 179. 351 
Sanders, Steven McClellan. 115, 179 
Sanderson, .Tosie Irene. 351 
Sanderson. Rex Franklin 
Sandifer, Dudley D. HI, 290 



Sandifer, Susanne W., 139 

Sandhu, Jagmohan Singh 

Sandusky, James Edgar 

Sanford, Elise, 137, 336 

Sansing, David Alan 

Sansom, Idelle Gray 

Sapoch, Paul Eugene, Jr., 336 

Sargent, Susan, 145 

Sartain, Ronald William, 121, 177, 351 

Sartin, Daniel M. 

Sasser, James Thomas 

Sasser, Jane Ann Moak 

Satchfield, Claude Lamar, 167, 351 

Sauce, Harry L. Ill, 173 

Saucier, Ben Ladnier, 351 

Saul, Fred Drennan 

Saulpaugh, Donald Charles 

Saunders, Robert Bruce, 114, 336 

Savage, Cynthia Lynn, 143, 351 

Saway, Stephen Alexander, 117, 177, 

336 
Scafide, John A. 
Scales, Clarence Ray, 117, 157 
Scales, Roy William 
Scannaliato, John 
Scarbrough, Jan M., 116, 183 
Scarbrough, Jimmie Nell, 322 
Scarbrough, Sherry Deane, 97, 13C 
Schaffer, John Gorman, Jr., 77, 290 
Schaffer, Katherine Stuart, 97, 145, 

351 
Schiele, Linda Jane, 322 
Schissel, Luke James, 290 
Schlichtman, John Lee, 115 
Schloemer, Charles B. 
Schloemer, Mary Fred, 79, 306 
Schlosser, Michael F., 167, 322 
Schmelzer, Joseph J. Ill, 88, 179, 306 
Schoen, Stephen Graham 
Schoenfelder, James Edward, 290 
Schoenknecht, Bonnie J., 137, 306 
Schonlau, Claire W., 351 
Schultze, Charlotte R., 300 
Schultze, Harold Walter, 290 
Schurtz, Francis Andrews, 173 
Schuyler, Shelley, 139, 351 
Schwab, Mark Anthony, 351 
Schwartz, John E. Ill, 91 
Schweizer, Eric Campbell, 128, 185, 

322 
Scibilia, Sharon Elaine, 153 
Scott, Alan Fitzgerald, 181 
Scott, Ann Elizabeth, 351 
Scott, Bert Galloway, Jr. 
Scott, Elizabeth Ann, 141, 322 
Scott, Frankie Beatrice, 290 
Scott, Gregory Alan, 114 
Scott, Janet Lee 
Scott, Joseph Arthur 
Scott, Joseph Thomas, 183, 322 
Scott, Kathleen Dixon, 97, 139, 322 
Scott, Marilyn Ann, 61, 322 
Scott, Melody, 153, 336 
Scott, Nancy Lee, 149, 336 

Scott, Robert Agair 

Scott, Sally, 105, 139 

Scott, Sharon Elizabeth 

Schrogham, Joseph Poage, 173, 351 

Scruggs, Glenn Darrell 

Scruggs, James Anders 

Scruggs, John P., 76, 157, 306 

Scruggs, Richard Furlow, 181 , 

ScuJamore, Robert E. 

Scurry, Isabelle Alfsen, 68, 141, 336 

Seab, Charles Ronald 

Seabold, John Stewart, 169 

Seale, Ben Williamson 

Seale, James Lawrence, 157 

Seale, Sandra, 36, 143, 336 

Searcy, Danny Lee 

Searcy, Frederick Taylor, 113, 336 

Searight, William H, 159. 337 

Sears, Rodger C, 112, 337 

Seawright, Joseph P. 

Seay, Clant M., Jr., 35, 37, 75 

Seay, James Ross, 113 

Seay, Samuel Pressley, 40, 116, 179, 
351 

Seefeld, Janis Lynn, 149, 322 

Seid, Frank, Jr., 322 

Sekhon, Jaskaran Singh, 84, 100, 290 

Sekul, Ronald Victor 

Selden, Bard Edrington 

Self, Barbara Lucille 

Self, Thomas Henry 

Sellers, George A., 114, 115, 351 

Semmes, Ann Catherine, 139 

Senter, Elizabeth Barrow, 145, 306 

Senter, Kathy Kilpatrick, 337 

Senter, Thomas Graden, Jr., 337 

Senter, James Larry 

Sequeira, Jaime R., 306 

Serio, Charlie, 306 

Setser, Frederick Leo 

Settlemire, Suzan Lynn, 149, 337 

Seuzeneau, Dennis C. 

Seuzenlau, Vallon Irene, 147, 351 

Seymour, Robert B., 306 

Shackelford, John S., 112, 322 

Shackelford, Virginia F., 322 

Shaddinger, Marye Jeanne 



Shaer, Elias Hanna 

Shaffer, Jimmy Dale, 322 

Shalles, Siegfried Lee, 123 

Shanahan, John Michael, 70, 128 

Shands, David Eugene, 290 

Shands, Rodney Edward 

Shannon, Johnny Rex 

Shannon, Mary Millicent, 137, 337 

Shappley, William Louis, 102, 115, 183, 
351 

Sharma, Raghunandan Kumar, 100 

Sharp, Harry Carter, 173, 337 

Sharp, Susan Diane 

Sharpe, Betsy Diane. 152, 351 

Sharpe, Joseph Dexter 

Sharpe, Susan Mann, 64, 147, 306 

Shaw, Biswanath, 100 

Shaw, Bobbie Dean 

Shaw, Jo Ann 

Shaw, John Strowd 

Shaw, Katherine L., 64, 69, 147, 306 

Shaw, Michael Melvin, 306 

Shaw, Nancy Miller 

Shaw, Timothy Dale, 290 

Shaw, William Kennedy, 112, 181, 351 

Sheely, Ben Ellis, 171, 337 

Sheely, Wallace E. 

Sheffield, Betty Ann, 306 

Sheffield, David Allison, 115 

Sheldon, Albert Jerry, 290 

Shellabarger, Lee Myrl, 145, 322 

Shelton, Bonnie Jean, 79, 147, 306 

Shelton, Cindy Louise, 97, 145, 351 

Shelton, Larry Jerome 

Shelton, Sharon Agnes, 149, 337 

Shelton, Vernon Scott, 114 

Shepard, Barbara Dunn 

Shepard, Billy Joe, 117, 351 

Shepard, Nolan E. 

Shepherd, Clarence Macon 

Sherman, Philip Azar 

Sherrod, Ann Dudley, 147, 351 

Shields, Donald Silas, 117, 179 

Shinabery, Dale Marie 

Shipley, Susan Marline, 153, 337 

Shipman, Harry Carver 

Shipman, Leigh S., 97, 149 

Shipton, James Marion 

Shirley, Stephen Milam, 112, 171, 351 

Shirley, Vela Willis, Jr. 

Shivers. Billie Rae, 290 

Shoemake, Mary Bess, 97, 322 

Shoemake, Samuel Chester 

Shoemaker, Richard D., 122 

Shoemaker, Susan, 306 

Shook, Ann Ellen, 143, 306 

Short, June Elizabeth, 151 

Shows, Ann Martin 

Shows, Frankie Bryant 

Shows, Henry N. 

Shows, John H, 67, 69, 70, 73, 75, 307 

Shows, Robert Meredith 

Shrader, Alicia Gene, 322 

Shreve, David Briggs, 185 

Shumaker, Michael Earl, 337 

Shumpert, Emily F. 

Shumpert, George Adron 

Shupe, Dennis Wayne, 117, 175 

Shurtleff, Wayne King, 307 

Sides, Harold R., 112, 159, 337 

Sides, Mary Kathleen, 322 

Siegel, Gary Thomas, 115 

Sigman, Warren Robert, 98, 157, 322 

Siltman, Leslie Howard, 307 

Simmerman, Bruce Edward, 181 

Simmons, Barbara Delle, 97 

Simmons, Clyde Douglas, Jr., 183 

Simmons, Elizabeth, 143, 351 

Simmons, Eugene A. 

Simmons, Henry Lee, 351 

Simmons, Rodney Franklin 

Simmons, Samuel J. Ill, 322 

Simmons, W. Albert, 62, 67, 70, 73, 

77, 185, 307 
Simmons, Walter Mayes III 
Simmons, William Louis, Jr., 117 
Simon, Gerald Wayne 
Simon, Lillian Marie, 89, 322 
Simon, Linda Sue, 351 
Simon, Michael Stubbs, 169 
Simoneaux, Richard James, 307 
Simonetti, Patricia Lynne, 149, 307 
Simpson, Clyde Vernon 
Simpson, Doris Joan, 97, 322 
Simpson, John Bishop, 116 
Simpson, Laura Rice, 97, 145, 322 
Simpson, Peter Liston, 124, 124, 173, 

351 
Simpson, Robert Reynolds 
Simpson, Tommie Moorman 
Sims, Byrle Hood, 145, 322 
Sims, June Gail, 97, 153, 337 
Sims, William David, Jr., 67, 69, 75, 

183 
Singletary, Daniel Lee, 183, 351 
Singleton, Jan Woods, 64, 97, 147, 307 
Singleton, William Larry, 171 
Singleton, William N. 
Singley, Timothy R.. 117 
Sipes, Gina Tobin, 97, 351 
Sipes, William H., Jr., 157, 307 



Sipos, Richard, 124, 124, 337 

Sisk. Paul, 290 

Sission, Charles Gary, 91, 290 

Sisson, Michele M„ 337 

Skelton, Hal Halloway, 177, 322 

Skinner, Irven Harry, 322 

Skinner, Roland B. 

Skorupski, Vincent David, 117, 351 

Slack, John Stewart III, 307 

Slade, Carolyn S., 141 

Slade, Deborah Carol, 337 

Slade, Jane Alliston, 351 

Slaughter, Anne L., 141, 337 

Slaughter, Beverly, 141 

Slaughter, Constance Iona, 290 

Sledge, Flosa Ayles 

Sledge, Thomas Nevin, 167 

Sloan, William Troy, 128, 157, 322 

Sloas, Barbara Lee, 97, 149, 307 

Slocumb, Michael H, 113, 183 

Smathers, Earle Stanley 

Smith, Amy Jo, 79, 135, 307 

Smith, Anne Karin, 40, 100, 153, 322 

Smith, Barbara Ellen, 100, 351 

Smith. Ben Alan, 84, 290 

Smith, Bennett Edwin, Jr., 60, 163. 

322 
Smith, Billy Lee, 290 
Smith, Carol Janice, 149, 351 
Smith, Charles Wayne, 115 
Smith, Charlie James 
Smith, Diane E. 
Smith, Donald F. 
Smith, Donald Meredith, Jr. 
Smith, Donald Stephen 
Smith, Donna Lea Williams, 100 
Smith, Dorothy Witty 
Smith, Edwin Rodney, 307 
Smith, Frances Holmes. 147. 307 
Smith, Frank Levon III, 117, 183 
Smith, Freda Ann, 351 
Smith, Garry Dale, 337 
Smith, Gayle R., 147, 322 
Smith, Girlender, 337 
Smith, Harold Leonard 
Smith, Howard Wilmer, 115 
Smith, Jack Lawrence 
Smith, James Clarke, 307 
Smith, James Mitchell 

Smith, James Robert 

Smith, James Thomas, Jr., 183 

Smith, James Wood, 114, 173, 337 

Smith, Jane Ellen, 351 

Smith, Jean Moseley. 97. 135, 322 

Smith, Jeannie Lanell, 97, 135 

Smith, Jerry Alonzo 

Smith, Jerry Lee 

Smith, Jerry Robert, 290 

Smith, John Bryant, Jr. 

Smith, John Lowe 

Smith, John Rittenberry, 84 

Smith, John Robert 

Smith, Julaine, 149, 322 

Smith, Kendric Earl 

Smith, Kenneth Morris, 102 

Smith, Larry Alfred, 40, 185, 337 

Smith, Larry Dearman, 112 

Smith, Lawrence Clifford 

Smith, Lawrence C, Jr. 

Smith, Lemuel Owen, 114, 183 

Smith, Leon Jackson, Jr., 290 

Smith, Lester F., 74, 77, 179 

Smith, Lila Ann 

Smith, Linda Ann. 141, 307 

Smith, Linda Kathleen, 101, 145, 337 

Smith, Margaret E., 307 

Smith, Margaret Joe, 351 

Smith, Marshall Holt 

Smith, Martha Jean 

Smith, Marvin Dale 

Smith, Mary Bonita, 307 

Smith, Mary Katherine, 97, 337 

Smith, Mervyn P., Jr. 

Smith, Michael Earl, 117 

Smith, Peggy Joyce, 307 

Smith, Phillip Roger, 322 

Smith, Richard Joel 

Smith, Richard Whitney, 112, 157 

Smith, Robert Abernathy, 116, 181, 351 

Smith, Robert Daniel, 70, 98, 122, 123, 
337 

Smith, Robert Howell, 115, 351 

Smith, Robert Lamar 

Smith, Ronald Jeffrey, 114, 337 

Smith, Rosanne Rogers 

Smith, Roy Clifford 

Smith, Sally 

Smith, Sandra Lee, 149, 323 

Smith, Shelby B., Jr. 

Smith, Stanley Leon, 185, 351 

Smith, Stephen Milo 

Smith, Steven Keith, 116, 351 

Smith, Thomas Earl, 114, 337 

Smith, Thomas Greene 

Smith, Thomas Holton, Jr., 122 

Smith, Timothy Randolph 

Smith, Timothy Wayne, 185 

Smith, Travis 

Smith, Vicki Jeanne, 337 

Smith, William Key, 183 

Smith, William P. Ill, 290 






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Smith, Winnifred. 64, 79, 307 
Smith, Winston Arthur, 98, 189. 323 
Smith, Wormack Edward, 113 
Smothers, William Doyle, 99, 120, 173 

337 
Smyly, Charles A., 117 
Smyth, Charles Thomas, 88, 179, 307 
Smythe, Nancy Collier, 145, 307 
Smythe, Standford J. 
Smythe, William Randolph 
Snare, Brenda C, 149, 307 
Sneed, Hilda Joyce, 337 
Sneed, John Boswell, II 
Sneed, Martha Jo, 323 
Sneed, Susan, 100, 143, 337 
Sneed, William Franklin, 179. 351 
Sneed, William Lowery 
Snow, Larry Wade 
Snow, William Quincy 
Snuggs, Wayne Martin 
Snyder, Edwin Arnold, 290 
Snyder, James M.. 323 
Snyder, Paul Maynard, 115 
Sokas, Michael John, 307 
Solomon, Theodore O.. Jr. 
Solomons, Everett T. 
Solomons, Martha Jane 
Solomons, William E. 
Soong, Chia Chu 
Soper, Michael G., 76, 173, 323 
Souder, Albert Hallock. 117 
Sowell, James Leslie 
Sowell, Stephen Lynn, 351 
Spain, Fred Wilson, Jr. 
Spangerberg. Jaclyn J.. 104. 337 
Sparks, Marvin Franklin, 117 
Speakes, Katie Dee, 64. 141. 307 
Speakes, Vera Madel, 141, 351 
Spears, Billy Gene 
Spears, Cynthia Lou, 153 
Spears, Jimmy Randolph. 169 
Speed, Jack Franklin, 173. 323 
Speed, Michael David, 167, 337 
Spence, Arlin Curtis, 307 
Spence, Brenda Lou 
Spence, James E. 
Spence, Joseph Oliver, 123 
Spence, Lynn Elizabeth 
Spencer, Charles Ross 
Spencer, Clara Eola. 307 
Spencer, Cowles Montague 
Spencer, Jackie Neal 
Spencer, Julie, 323 
Spencer, Phoebe Loche, 97, 141, 337 
Spencer, Robert F. 
Spencer, William Collins 
Spiceland, Susan, 97, 153. 323 
Spicklemire, David E., 307 
Spigner. Glendon Ray, 323 
Spina, Paul Anthony, 175. 337 
Spinner, Richard Lee. 307 
Spinosa, Eva Nell, 307 
Spivey, L. Morris, 167 
Spraberry, James B., 83, 323 
Sprinkel, Susan, 323 
Spruill, Wade Nelson, 113, 337 
Spurgeon, George E., 120, 159 
Squires, Kathleen Eliz, 141, 337 
Stacey, Donald Ray 
Stacey, Kevin K. Diffley 
Stack, Charles Stephen 
Stacy, Edwin Dean, 307 
Staggers, Billy Buck, 115. 171, 351 
Stahnke, James Edward, Jr., 117, 185 
Stalcup, Seth Berry, Jr., 290 
Staley, Anne D. 

Stallworth, Dorothy Lynn. 40. 145. 323 
Standi' Hugh William III, 60, 70, 89, 

183, 323 
Standridge, Terry R.. 123, 337 
Stanley, John C, 120, 183 
Stanley, Shellye Edris. 149, 307 
Staples, Fletcher C, 165 
Stark. Carl Donald, 290 
Starling, Thomas Irvin 
Starmann, Richard G.. 76. 307 
Starmann, Robert Koehl, 114 
Starnes, Gloria, 323 
Starnes, Michael Steve 
Starnes, Regina Lynn, 97 
Starr, Walter Harold, Jr., 167, 323 
Staryk, Jonathan Peter, 116, 187, 351 
Stasiak, Nancy, 89. 151. 337 
Stauber, Charles R„ 291 
Stauder, Michael Henry, 291 
Stauffer, Michael David, 121 
Stavroff, Stephen J. 
Steadman, Charles W.. Jr., 307 
Steadman, Howard William, Jr., 307 
Stearns, James Nathaniel, 40 
Stechmann, Richard Henry, 323 
Steckel, Edward Irwin 
Steele, John Philip, 181 
Steen, George Anderson, 113 
Steen, James S., 104, 291 
Steen, Louis Samuel, 98, 323 
Steen, Margaret Frances, 96, 97, 135, 

337 
Stegall, Earl Bevlin 
Stegall, Sandra Lynn, 97, 102, 323 



Stegall, Steven Ray, 177, 351 

Stein, James Russell, 115 

Steiner, Kenneth Charles 

Steinriede, Martin B. Ill, 167. 307 

Stennis, Nancy Lynn, 147 

Stephens, Frances Cabaniss 

Stephens, Joseph Taylor 

Stephens, Stephen Mark, 291 

Stephens, Vermon Jack, Jr., 169, 323 

Stephenson, Darrell R., 291 

Stepp, Garry Lee 

Sterling, Wayne Lee 

Stevens, Dale Joseph 

Stevens, Janet W., 147, 323 

Stevens, Nora Terry, 151 

Stevens, Richard Hugh 

Stevens, Sammie Cayce, 113 

Stevens, William Lee 

Stevenson, Albert Pace 

Stewart, Amy Reagan 

Stewart, Bradford M., 117, 167, 323 

Stewart, H. F. Foster 

Stewart, Hampton Pitcher, 115, 167 

Stewart, Fonda Lee, 307 

Stewart, James Mack 

Stewart, John Cameron 

Stewart, Johnny Clifton, 157 

Stewart, Mariette E., 97, 139, 307 

Stewart, Marilyn Jenkins 

Stewart. Nausead L. 

Stewart, Robert Earl, 82 

Still, James Claude, 323 

Still, John Franklin, 323 

Stinson, Glen Ellis, 116, 167 

Stivers. Sandralea, 351 

Stobaugh, Sarah Elizabeth, 307 

Stockley, Temple Wall 

Stodghill. Simmie Diane, 149, 351 

Stogner, Gladys Jean, 145 

Stokely, Martha Tate, 64. 141, 307 

Stokes, Cynthia Vivian, 351 

Stokes, Harry Truman, 291 

Stokes, James Claude, Jr., 115, 175, 
351 

Stokes, James R.. 123, 337 

Stokes, Richard David, Jr., 157, 337 

Stoltz, Rosemary, 351 

Stoltz, Wendel Coleman, 120, 323 

Stone, B. Jean, 337 

Stone, Eugene Carroll, 113. 337 

Stone James Herbert 

Stone, James Lewis. 291 

Stone, John H. Stone III. 179, 351 

Stone, John O'Neil, 115, 351 

Stone, Miriam O., 141. 323 

Stone. Sandra Ellis, 153, 323 

Stone. William Ronald. 116. 351 

Stout, Robert F., Jr., 75, 175 

Stovall, Kenneth Lewis 

Stovall, Mary Elizabeth, 97. 141, 351 

Stovall, Theresa Nell, 307 

Strachn, Michael Edward 

Strange, Donna Jean 

Stratton, Georgia. 145. 351 

Straub. Terence Marshall, 351 

Strauss, Charles B. 

Street, Donald E. 

Street. Frank Smith, 114 

Street, William Howard, 120 

Streetman, Jerry Curtis 

Streicher, Charles Wilhelm, 181. 337 

Strickland, George Curtis. 323 

Strickland, Mary Claudine, 68, 143, 

337 
Strickland, Michele A. Y 
Strickland, Patricia Ann, 40, 97, 337 
Strickland, Tommy A. 
Strickler, Jo Harriet 
Stricklin. Lonnie Shepherd, 337 
Stringer, Eleanor Sue, 323 
Stringer, Harold, 72 
Stringer, Robert Nathan 
Strojny, Michael Alan, 163, 307 
Strom, Gordon Bertram, Jr., 116, 157, 

351 
Strong, Lawrence Dello, 291 
Strong, Virginia W., 351 
Stroud. Susan Claire 
Stroup, Cynthia Ann 
Strutzel, Timothy Daniel, 113 
Stuart, Betty Louise, 351 
Stuart, Floyd Ronald 
Stuart, Martha Tip, 64, 143, 307 
Stubblefield, Beverly F. 
Stubblefield, Gerald M. 
Stubblefield, William H., 121, 183, 352 
Stubbs, Thomas Jackson, 112, 169, 337 
Stuckey, Clarke Wesley, 169 
Studdard, Vernon Aaron, 181 
Sturgul, Peter Michael, 112 
Suber, Martha Lee, 97, 143, 323 
Suchdeo, Shyam Ramchand, 100 
Sudduth, Andrea Willis, 101, 139 
Sudduth, Charles F., Jr. 
Sudduth, Kenneth Woods, 117 
Sudduth, Lamar Carlton 
Sugg, Elizabeth Watson, 139, 337 
Sullivan, Charles J., 77 
Sullivan, Dorothy Hope, 352 
Sullivan, James A., 169 
Sullivan, James Forrest, 169 
Sullivan, Jane Carolyn, 352 



Sullivan. Kathleen Rebecca, 352 
Sullivan, Kenneth Gerald, 112, 187, 337 
Sullivan, Mildred H., 97, 151, 323 
Sullivan, Ronald Ray 
Sullivan, Thomas James, 120. 337 
Sullivan, William S., 157, 307 
Sulser, Floyd M., Jr.. 76, 77. IK:: 
Sulser, Ralph Elvyn, 114, 183 
Summer, Carl B., 179 
Summerford, Garry Wright, 337 
Summers, Gloria Lynne, 97, 337 
Summers, Mary Eleanor 
Summey, Paul Bickett II, 167 
Sumner, James Carliss 
Sumners, Minor C, Jr. 
Sumners, Patricia Annette. 40, 307 
Sumrall, James Alfred III, 116, 179, 

352 
Sumrall, Prentis David 
Sutherland, Jane H., 139 
Sutherland, William H. 
Sutherland, William H., Jr. 
Swain. Catherine Schreck 
Swain, William D., Jr. 
Swan, Terence John 
Swaney, Jorja Lee, 308 
Swaney, Scott Conway, 181, 337 
Swaney, Walker James, 185, 352 
Swayze, Charles Jones, Jr. 
Sweatt, Jeri 
Sweeney, James Alfred 
Sweet. Daniel Carrington 
Swetland, Michael R. 
Swilley, Andrea M. 
Swilley, Robert Joseph, 115 
Swink, Judith Carol, 100, 323 
Swor, Sam Dewey 
Swords, Bobby Sharron 
Sykes, Ila Willmetta 
Szescila, Andrew John 



Tabeling. Robert William. 116, 167 

Tabor, Larry Stephen, 323 

Tabor. Noel Eugene, 63, 308 

Tackett, Joe Lawrence, 112 

Taft, Rebecca Ann, 323 

Talbert, Eugenia Adeline, 323 

Talbert, Frances Susan, 352 

Talbot. Peggy Ann. 97, 139, 308 

Tallant, Sharon Rajean, 337 

Talley, Carolyn Ann Aston, 308 

Talley, Elaine Terrell, 143, 352 

Talley, Huey Glenn, 308 

Tamke, Elizabeth Jones. 105. 308 

Tanksley, Lelia Bell, 291 

Tannehill, Jack Rhea 

Tanner, Gale V. 

Tanner. John Lawson, 115 

Tapp, Charlotte Virginia 

Tardy, Paula Tamberlain, 337 

Tarpley, Joseph Whorton, 117 

Tarver, John William, Jr. 

Tarver, Russell S., 63 

Tate. Roger Dees, Jr., 337 

Tate, Thomas Clingmon, 167, 323 

Tate, William Carruth. 173, 323 

Tatum, John Hargrove, 179, 308 

Tatum, Julien Rundell, 121, 157 

Tatum, Patricia Ann 

Tatum, Paul Jetson 

Tatum, Rita Jo 

Tatum, Rose Mary 

Tatum, William Joseph 

Taulbert, Clara Gene. 352 

Taylor, Annette, 143 

Taylor, Betty Ann, 97, 149 

Taylor, Beverlv White, 323 

Taylor, Brenda Estelle. 291 

Taylor, Carol Curtis 

Taylor, David B., Jr., 113 

Taylor, Diane Ellis. 149 

Taylor, Ernest G. 

Taylor, F. Wayne, 337 

Taylor, Flora Martin 

Taylor, George Robert, 91, 308 

Taylor, Gustav Arthur, 352 

Taylor, Herman Eugene, Jr. 

Taylor, James Glynn 

Taylor, James N. M.. Jr. 

Taylor, John Leo, 177, 323 

Taylor, John Wilson 

Taylor, Kenneth K. 323 

Taylor, Leslie Edward, Jr. 

Taylor, Lynn Alsup. 139, 308 

Taylor, Marion Peek, 82, 291 

Taylor, Martha Francis, 308 

Taylor, Mary Elizabeth, 145 

Taylor, Mary Helen 

Taylor, Mary Margaret, 143. 323 

Taylor, Memrie Claire, 79, 141 

Taylor, Patrick Arnold, 323 

Taylor, Peter Griffen 

Taylor, Robert Hart, 291 

Taylor, Robert Parrish, Jr. 

Taylor, Ronald Louis, 291 

Taylor, Stanley Leroy, Jr. 

Taylor, Terry Kendall 

Taylor, Vicki Lynn, 147, 191, 352 

Taylor, Walter Theodore. 91 

Taylor, William E., Jr., 323 



Taylor, William O. 

Tays. Katherlne Sophronla, 323 

Tcague, Alison Stoddart, 97, 1.15. 352 

Teasley, James A., 179 

Teel, Albert Alexander, 291 

Teichert, Carlos 

Temple, Davis L. 

Temple, Merry Gail, 61, 97, 141, 337 

Temple. Patricia Mixon, 73, 308 

Teneyck, Nancy G., 97, 153, 337 

Tenney, Eloise L., 97, 139, 338 

Terito, Eliz Marie, 352 

Terney, Philip Baird 

Terrebonne. George Philip, 99, 177, 

338 
Terrell, Antoinette L., 151, 338 
Terrell. Marilyn Sue. 145, 308 
Terry, Gary Dixon 
Terry, Robert C, 323 
Testa, Joseph Paul 

Teunisson, Elizabeth Ann. 61. 143, 338 
Tew, Mark Douglas, 115, 157, 352 
Thadison, Robert Louis, 112, 352 
Thames, Jon Paul 
Thames, Thomas M., 116, 179 
Thaxton, Anthony Lavon, 291 
Thaxton, Elizabeth Denham 
Theis, Gary Anthony, 117 
Theurkauf. Susan Jane, 97 
Thigpen, Willie G„ Jr., 91 
Thomas, Alan Gregory 
Thomas, Carol Jo, 143, 352 
Thomas, Dixie Lynn, 104, 149, 308 
Thomas, Dolores Maria, 101, 323 
Thomas, Elton Sigrest, Jr., 115, 352 
Thomas, James L. 
Thomas, Jeanette 
Thomas, Jill Lynn, 97, 151 
Thomas, Joseph Grant, 121, 352 
Thomas, Kenny Sharp, 323 
Thomas, Linda Lee 
Thomas, Margaret Ann, 308 
Thomas, Martha Jane 
Thomas, Sallie S., 145, 308 
Thomas, Stephen Lee, 181, 338 
Thomas, Susan Wyatt, 137. 338 
Thomas, Thomas Raymond 
Thomas, Timothy Louis, 291 
Thomas, Virginia Lynn, 147, 323 
Thompson, Catherine D., 149, 308 
Thompson, Charles Douglas, 76, 120, 

123, 323 

Thompson, Clifford Charles 
Thompson, David Allen 
Thompson, Donald Edgar, 70, 113 
Thompson, Donna Susan, 151. 338 
Thompson, Gary Norris, 72, 323 
Thompson, Greg Salter, 169. 323 
Thompson. James Carlos. 323 
Thompson, James David 
Thompson, James Eugene, 323 
Thompson, Joe Lawrence, 291 
Thompson, John David, 165 
Thompson, John Lawrence 
Thompson, Larry Angelo 
Thompson, Louisa M., 97, 147, 352 
Thompson, Luther M. 
Thompson, Margaret M. 
Thompson, Michael Hicks, 116, 171, 

352 
Thompson, Michael M. 
Thompson, Neal Lewis, 115, 157 
Thompson, Norma Caruthers, 97, 139, 

308 
Thompson, Patricia Irene, 37, 141, 323 
Thompson, Thomas Lawrence 
Thompson, Walter W., 34, 35, 67, 76, 

171 

Thompson, Winfield S., Jr., 167 
Thorburn, Douglas B. 
Thorn, Susan McDougal 
Thome. Sneed H. Ann 
Thornton, Carroll Hodges. 139, 323 
Thornton, Catherine G. 
Thornton, John William. 116 
Thornton, Marie, 147, 352 
Thornton, Rhoda Gayle, 139, 323 
Thornton, Sarah Bodley 
Thornton, Vincie Darryl, 73. 291 
Thornton. William Terrance 
Thrash, Terry Keith, 113, 175, 338 
Thurmond, Roy Clark, 112, 165 
Tickle, Jack Ronald, 120, 187 
Tidwell, John Lee, 323 
Tidwell, Larry Brooks 
Tidwell, Stanley Thomas, 112, 352 
Tidwell, Trudy, 61, 68, 153, 338 
Tierney, Dorothy Ann 
Till, Alan Wayne, 116 
Till, Quentin Thomas, 291 
Tillman, Jimmy M. 
Tillman, Larry Jaubert, 112. 338 
Tillman, Linda Carolyn, 352 
Tillman, President, 112, 352 
Timmins, Deborah Ann, 137, 338 
Tindall, Helen Lorraine, 139, 338 
Tinnin, Brent Bollinger, 35. 187, 323 
Tinnon, Frank Robertson, 117 
Tinsley, Sammy Jay, 291 
Tippitt, William Lee, 98 
Tipton, Shirley Jeanette, 102. 352 
Tischner, Hans Juergen, 187 



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Tiser, Dorothy Ann 

Todaro. Michael Carl, 338 

Todd, Henry Eugene 

Todd, Howell Wayne 

Todd, Tom Robertson, Jr.. 121, 185 

Todd, William Gardner III, 308 

Todd, William Richard 

Tollison, Edward E., 115 

Tollison, Gordon Thomas. 98, 323 

Tom, Robert Ganiel 

Tomlin, Vance Lahoma, Jr. 

Tomlinson, Robert Lee, 185, 352 

Toney, Lana Maureen, 153, 323 

Toney, Lillian, 101, 153, 352 

Tool, Dennis Casler 

Tootle, David Deland, 40. 187. 308 

Torgeson, Larry Ronald, 181 

Torrence, Linnie Boyd 

Torrence, Samuel C Jr. 

Torrey, Burke Simmons, 117 

Towles, William Lester, 308 

Townes, H. Cowles, 62, 82 

Townsend, James Lamar, 116, 157, 332 

Townsend, Joe Byron, Jr., 308 

Townsend, John Herndon, 185 

Trahan, Garey Maurice, 113, 157, 338 

Tramel, James Edward 

Tramel, Judith Carole 

Tramontana, Joseph 

Trapp, Frank Williams. 40, 185, 323 

Trapp, Wendell Holmes, Jr., 117. 183, 

352 
Traughber, Ewing Berkley, 70, 74, 77, 

308 
Traughber, Gary Matt. 352 
Travis, Lucille Wall, 291 

Traylor, Carwell W., Jr., 91 
Traywick, Dixie Ann 
Treadaway, Frances V., 61, 68, 151 
Trebowski, Catherine Hunt 

Treppendahl, Adolph Wetthn. 116, 
167, 352 

Treuting, John Joseph 

Tribble, Linda Lee, 149, 338 

Triemer, Glenda A. 

Triemer, William Lewis 

Triplett, Bruce Wayne, 89. 117 

Triplett. Martha Blake 

Tripp, Vivian Ann, 308 

Troop, Walter Michael. 77. 133, 324 

Tropp, Leroy E. Ill, 114. 324 

Trotter, William C. III. 69, 181, 324 

Trout, Ann, 147. 308 

Trout, Laura Virginia 

Trout, Tom Roy, 115. 185 

True, William R., 179 

Truelove, Cheryl Eileen, 291 

Trull, J. Howard 

Truman, Julia Stone, 141, 308 

Tsai, Kun San, 291 

Tu. Ching Yang 

Tubb, Joyce Deland. 61, 6S, 149, 338 

Tubbs, Edmund A., 308 

Tubbs. John Roger. 113 

Tubbs, Margaret King 

Tubbs, Roger McKay, 98, 338 

Tubbs, Vernon M., 83 

Tucei, Robert Mark, 63. 324 

Tucei, Thomas Eugene, 117, 157 

Tucker, Alfred Thomas. 179. 308 

Tucker, Davey Lewis 

Tucker, Jack Grady, Jr. 

Tucker, Johnny Reid 

Tucker, Ronald Edward, 179, 324 

Tucker, Ronald Wayne 

Tucker, Tonja Renay, 135 

Tullis, Norman Earl, 291 

Tullos, Fay Montgomery, 145 

Tumey, Murry, 114, 338 

Tupman, Stanley Earl, 181, 324 

Turnage, John David 

Turnage, Smith McRae 

Turnbo, Ralph Johns, Jr. 

Turnell, Daniel H. 

Turner, Callie Lou, 324 

Turner, David Jones, 121. 171 

Turner, Herschel Larry 

Turner, James, Jr. 

Turner, Ken Harper 

Turner, Linda Louise 

Turner, Marlene E. 

Turner, Martha Rhodes, 93, 147. 324 

Turner, Mary Lynn, 68, 147, 338 

Turner, Robert Waldo. 291 

Turner, Russell Godwin III, 324 

Turner, Sammy Bert 

Tuteur, Richard Scott, 185, 324 

Tutor, Jesse B., Jr., 62, 63, 67, 73, 77, 

183, 308 
Tutor, Phillip Lynn, 352 
Tuttle. Helen I. 

Twiford, Horace Hunter, 171, 352 
Tve, Thomas Rennie 
Tyer, Jerry G., 308 
Tyner, Robert Michael, 99. 171, 338 
Tynes, Douglas Lamont 
Tynes, Mary Savan W. 
Tynes, Patricia Ann, 143, 324 
Tyson, Evalyn Anne, 151, 324 
Tyson, Georgia Diane, 338 



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Ulmer, John Robert, 116 
Ulmer, Mary Ann 
Ulmer, Richard Edwin 
Ulmer, Roland C, Jr. 
Underwood, Bobby Wayne, 324 
Underwood, Donna Daunn, 308 
Underwood, Jalie Anne 
Underwood, John Campbell 
Unglesby, Lewis Owens, 157 
Upchurch, James Ray, 179 
Uram, Mark Alan, 114, 169 
Urbanek, Aurelia Whitener, 324 
Urbanek, James Eugene 
Urick, Henry George 
Utley, Richard Dee, 324 
Uzzle, Robert H., 185 



Vaidya, Sheela Surendra, 100 

Vail, Carol Sanders, 139, 308 

Valecka, Gail Lee, 97, 338 

Valentine, Albert Menton, 324 

Valentine, Clifton Carnell, 74. 77, 308 

Valentine, Jimmie Lloyd 

Valentine, Selmer Louis 

Valentine, William H., 189, 324 

Valle, Saavedra Miguel A. 

Van, Fred Joe 

Vance, Bernard, 171, 324 

Vance, Cayce Gerald, 91, 291 

Vance, Dean Jefferson, 115, 185 

Vance, Lewis N., 185, 308 

Vance, Ralph B., 34, 35, 41, 67, 183, 

308 
Vanderford, Michael Earl 
Vandergrift, Jack Clyde 
Vandevender, John C, 88, 167, 308 
Vandevender, William J. 
Vandiver, Eddie Bolton, 88, 185, 308 
Vanevery, Eugene A., 117, 163, 352 
Vanfosson, Marjorie Lee, 153, 324 
Vannoy, Laura Kay, 147, 352 
Van Ostenbridge, Ronald, 324 
Vanslyke, J. B., Jr., 291 
Varadi, Sandor N. M., 120, 338 
Varnado, Billy Gene, 116 
Varnado, Jacquelyn Sue, 324 
Varner, John Mack 
Vassallo, Stephen, 128, 187, 324 
Vaughan, Beverly Winn, 352 
Vaughan, James Gordon, 117, 167, 352 
Vaughan, Robert Curtis 
Vaughan, Stephen Cason, 179 
Vaughn, Earl Daniel, 115, 352 
Vaughn, Teresa Mai, 139, 338 
Vaught, Stephen Wiley, 77, 171, 308 
Veazey, Ganel Eason, 141 
Vegod, Thomas Franklin, 112 
Velotas, Nickey William 
Venkataramu, G., 100, 291 
Ventura, Gloria Jean 
Vercher, John Buford 
Vermillion. William B. 
Vest, Mark Perry, 122, 352 
Vest, Valorie, 143, 308 
Vestal, Jay Lee, 117, 157, 352 
Viator, Delila Ann 
Viator, Gerald Joseph, 91 
Vibhandik, Prabhaker N., 100, 291 
Vick, Cecil Whitfield, 117, 352 
Vick, Wyman Lee, 60 
Vickery, Everett Gunther, 88, 308 
Vincent, Cynthia Gay, 147. 338 
Vincent, Leonard Fred, 185 
Vincent, Susan, 151, 338 
Vines, Jimmy Lee 
Vinson, Ann Randall 
Vinson, Michael Cooper, 308 
Vinson, Patsy L. 

Vinson, Tommy Lynn, 40, 185, 352 
Visconti, James Andrew 
Visger, David Ross, 175 
Vogtner, George William 
Vollor, Frank Gallager, 123 
Voss, Hilton Noel, 159 
Voyadjakis, Homer, 90, 102, 308 
Voyles, Gary Clayton, 338 

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Waddell, Jesse Maurice, 63 

Wade, Charles Murray, 82 

Wade, John Tracy, 185, 338 

Wade, Mary Sue, 97, 151, 338 

Wade, Michael Douglas, 99, 121, 181, 

338 
Wade, Norman Arch 
Wade, Robert M. 
Wade, V. Ann, 308 
Wadleigh, Elaine Lucille 
Wadlington, Charles Lacey, 115, 167, 

352 
Waggoner, Charles Ray, 159, 338 
Waggoner, Eleanore H. 
Waggoner, William Gene 
Wagle, Abdulrehman Ibrahim 
Wagner, Margaret F., 97 



Wai, Kam Leung, 77, 291 

Wai. Lan Fong, 308 

Wailes, Ellen, 79, 102, 137, 324 

Waits, James A. 

Waits, John Anderson, 69, 70, 324 

Waits, William Burnell, Jr., 185 

Wakeland, Jim Gordon, 122, 187 

Walcott, Karen, Blythe, 139, 338 

Walden, Wilbert Flarvous 

Waldrip, Linda Gail 

Waldron, David W., 179, 324 

Waldrop, Elizabeth A. 

Waldrop, Russell G., 308 

Waldrop, Shirley P. 

Waldrop, Thomas Bishop, Jr., 183 

Walker, Anton George, 308 

Walker, Ben, 167, 338 

Walker, Catherine Jane, 352 

Walker, Charles H., 291 

Walker, Charles William 

Walker, Irvin C, Jr., 309 

Walker, James Perry 

Walker, Joseph Brent, 173, 324 

Walker, Rebecca Ann, 141, 324 

Walker, Robert Homer, 181 

Walker, Robert Major, 291 

Walker, Sally Jean, 143, 324 

Walker, Susan Lee, 151, 324 

Walker, Terri Lynn 

Walker, William Robert 

Wall, John Marshall, 123, 189, 324 

Wall, Robert M., 324 

Wallace, David Kitts 

Wallace, Fred C, 60, 67, 181, 309 

Wallace, Harry Raymond, 121, 177 

Wallace, Janit, 352 

Wallace, John Mathis 

Wallace, John Richard, 324 

Wallace, Judith Miller 

Wallace, Judy Ann, 147, 338 

Wallace, Leigh Josephson 

Wallace, Lew 

Wallace, Ronald K. 

Wallace, Thomas Grady 

Wallace, Tommy L., 352 

Waller, Carol Lynn. 338 

Waller, Carol Watson, 100 

Waller, Pamela Eskerleen, 100, 153 

Waller, Richard Edwin, 91 

Walley, Cecil Rhodes, Jr., 91 

Walley, Judith E., 324 

Wallis, James H., Jr. 

Wallis, John O., Jr., 117, 169, 324 

Walman, Jane Magruder, 69, 291 

Walman, Thomas Halton, 39, 291 

Walsh, Cecile Nugent. 100. 149, 324 

Walsh, Gail Frances, 97, 141, 338 

Walter, Mary Hobbs 

Walters, James Larry 

Walters, John McFadden, 291 

Walters, Larry Claiborne, 98, 324 

Walters, Samuel Lloyd. 163, 190, 352 

Walton, Arthur Donald, 185, 352 

Walton, Juliet Hart 

Walzak, James Ben, 122, 177, 352 

Wamble, Larry Charles, 72. 325 

Wampler, Betty Jo, 135, 338 

Wang, Nan Nan 

Wann, John Michael, 338 

Ward, Albert Gayden 

Ward, Charles Lipsey 

Ward, Charlie F., Jr., 40, 67, 70, 163, 

325 
Ward, Gloria E. 
Ward, James Marvin 
Ward, Michael D., 309 
Ward, Michael Hailey, 325 
Wardlaw, Connie Laine, 338 
Wardlaw, Dot F., 352 
Ware, Billie Joyce, 309 
Ware, Charles Chesteen, 112, 352 
Ware, Jimmy L. 
Ware, Lillian Shaw Black 

Ware, Margaret Winifred 

Waring, Mary Gail, 137, 352 

Waring, Robert E„ 169 

Warner, Leonard William 

Warner, Tom Brown 

Warnick, Donald Wilson 

Warren, James William, 115, 173, 325 

Warren, Linda Kaye, 97, 325 

Warren, Mary Jo, 143, 309 

Warrick, Gregory Walter, 309 

Warriner, Richard B., 169 

Washburn, Ann Harton, 97, 141, 352 

Washburn, William N. 

Wasson, Carl Walter, 112, 177, 352 

Wasson, Rodger Downing, 291 

Watkins, David Woodward, 116, 157 

Watkins, James Edwin, 40, 77, 183, 309 

Watkins, Libby Sue, 143, 338 

Watkins, Losie Virgil, Jr. 

Watkins, Martha Jewel, 97, 352 

Watkins, Mary Kay, 145, 352 

Watkins, Sharon Anne 

Watkins, William Franklin 

Watson, Bruce Paul, 291 

Watson, Edna Sue, 291 

Watson, Ernest III, 309 

Watson, Judy Paulette, 325 

Watson, Kenneth Wayne 



Watson, Marvin P. 

Watson, Pamela Case, 147, 309 

Watts, Danny Homer, 179 

Watts, Dwight M., Jr., 185, 325 

Watts, Elizabeth Simmons, 153, 338 

Watts, Freddy C. 

Watts, Judith Frances 

Watts, Robert Eugene, 179, 325 

Watts, Robert Johnson 

Weatherly, Don Alan 

Weathers, David Albert 

Weaver, Diane, 309 

Weaver, Norma Lea, 139, 352 

Webb, Dorothy B. Scruggs 

Webb, Fayrene 

Webb, Hunter Cecil 

Webb, James W., 76, 157, 309 

Webb, John R., 185, 309 

Webb. Reed S. 

Webb, Robert Clyde, Jr., 116, 171, 352 

Webb, Susan Lee 

Webb, William J., 157 

Webb, William L. 

Weber, Charles Lamar. 189, 352 

Weber, Gene Walter, 291 

Weber, Marilie, 309 

Webster, Harold Warren 

Webster, Joseph C, 185 

Webster, Marian Kay, 338 

Wedgeworth, Ronnie Michael, 115, 352 

Weed, Peggy Jean, 309 

Weeden, Gerald L., 325 

Weeks, Charles Jerome 

Weeks, David Edward 

Weeks, Jesse Wilburn, Jr. 

Weeks, Robert Mark, 117, 187, 353 

Weeks, Sandra Eliz R. 

Weems, James Sol, Jr., 93, 117, 183 

Weems, Milton Bancroft 

Wehling, Martin Frederic 

Weigel, James Michael 

Weir, David G„ 157, 309 

Weir, James L. 

Weir, Saxton Angevine 

Weis, Frank Cornelius, 187. 353 

Weiss, John Nevin, 181, 325 

Welborn, Jesse Kent 

Welborn, John P., 338 

Welborn, Webber D., Jr., 169, 325 

Welch, Alvin George 

Welch, Becky Musgrove 

Welch, James W. 

Welch, Paul Burl, 91, 291 

Welch, Thomas Patrick, 112 

Weldon, Susan Marie, 153, 338 

Wellborn, James McClanahan, 169 

Weller, Harvill E., Jr., 171 

Wells, David Kent, 67, 75 

Wells, Donald E., 116, 181 

Wells, Earl T. Ill 
Wells, Elsie Grace, 325 

Wells, Erskine Watkins, Jr., 38, 77, 99, 
163, 338 

Wells, Jefferson William 

Wells, John Timothy, 120, 325 

Wells, Mary Pillow 

Wells, Melvin Hozy 

Wells, Nicholas Walker 

Wells, Randolph Robert, 121 

Wells, Steve Carroll, 291 

Wells, Trammell Pillow, 181, 309 

Welsh, Keith Wade, 338 

Welty, Mary Alice, 97, 139, 325 

West, Carol C. 

West, Edward Holland, 98, 309 

West, George F., Jr. 

West, Judith Lynne, 78, 139, 309 

West, Michael Shannon, 123, 163, 309 

West, Sidney Everett, 338 

Westbrook, Leslie M., 64, 149, 309 

Westerfield, James A., 325 

Westerman, Elizabeth H. 

Westland. George Allen 

Whaley. Paulette J., 325 

Wharton, Laura Lee, 143, 353 

Whatley, James, 117, 167, 338 

Wheeler, Barbara Walther, 97, 147, 309 

Wheeler, James Harvey, Jr. 

Wheeler, Stephen Harry, 112 

Whetstine, Donald E., 113, 338 

Whetstone, Bud Bernard 

Whitacre, Paul Fred 

Whitaker, Coy Tyson, Jr., 309 

Whitaker, Robert L., 124, 309 

White, Allen Boyd, 88. 309 

White, Alma Christy, 97, 151, 353 

White, Charles S. 

White, Charles T., 83 

White, Craig Michael, 338 

White, David Lees, 175, 338 

White, David Noel, 82 

White, David Reynolds, 40, 353 

White, Edwin Borden, 169 

White, Ira Hail, 116, 179 

White, Jackie Lamar, 167 

White, James Albert 

White, James Oden, 159, 325 

White, Janet Mary. 139, 353 

White, Janie, 68, 141, 338 

White, John Dan, 116, 179, 353 

White, John E., Jr. 






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White, John Harris 

White, Julia Hazel, 139, 353 

White, Katherine Lynn, 151, 338 

White, Mary Temple, 89, 97, 338 

White, Mary Y. 

White, Maxine 

White, Nancy Lee. 153, 353 

White, Pamela Ann Babin 

White, Richard D., 187 

White, Robert Aaron, 122, 171 

White, Robert Thomas, 91 

White, Virginia Wells 

White. William Dorsey. 185 

White, William Paul, 179, 353 

White, William Walter, 291 

Whitener, Gary C, 159, 309 

Whitener, Larry J., 88, 159, 310 

Whiteside, Clarence H., 98, 310 

Whitman, Thomas Forrest, 122 

Whitmire, Teresa Anne 

Whitney, Robert William, 124 

Whitten, Bettye B., 141, 310 

Whitten, Harrell David 

Whitten, Mary Maxine, 353 

Whitten, Nancy Jean, 68. 141, 338 

Whitten, Thomas Edward, 338 

Whittington, James Duvall, 169 

Whittington, Lessley O. 

Whittington, Lucien S., 353 

Whittle, Claude Echols, 169 

Whittle, Mary Clark, 97 

Wiater, Donald Anthony, 99, 120, 189, 

338 
Wiener, Tobin Blake, 122, 353 
Wiggers, Richard Gray, Jr., 167, 353 
Wiggs, Brenda Atkinson 
Wigley, Eric Russell 
Wilbanks, Mari Jane C. 
Wilborn, Noell Lee, 97, 143, 353 
Wilcox, Elaine Carol, 141, 338 
Wilder, David Eugene, 113. 157, 338 
Wilder, Harrison Brewer, Jr., 115, 353 
Wiley, Virginia Helen, 97 
Wilkerson, Dotty Ann, 325 
Wilkes, Randell Lester, 310 
Wilkey, Freddy Vernon, Jr., 122 
Wilkie, Martha Grace, 325 
Wilkins, Edmund Leroy, 114 
Wilkins. Jack Brown. 291 
Wilkins, Lindy Diana, 145 
Wilkins, Sandra, 137, 353 
Wilkinson, Carolyn, 141 
Wilkinson, Charles A., 70, 325 
Wilkinson, John Kenneth, 167, 338 
Wilkinson, Judith Lynn 
Wilkinson, Kenneth C, 115, 353 
Willard, Brenda Kay, 325 
Willard, Janie Sue, 291 
Wille, Mary Linda, 353 
Williams, Amzie Thomas, 185, 325 
Williams, Anne Elizabeth. 339 
Williams, Barbara Eliz, 78, 310 
Williams, Bennett F., Jr., 169 
Williams, Betty Alice, 141, 339 
Williams, Bobby Drue 
Williams, Charles Edward, 114 
Williams, Charles Van, 181 
Williams, Claude Chadwick 
Williams, Cynthia Jane, 143 
Williams, David Allen 
Williams, David Owen. 339 
Williams, Dorothy Shirley, 97. 137. 339 
William, Douglas Ray, 167, 353 
Williams, Edwin R.. 76, 173 
Williams, Elisabeth Fuson 
Williams, Elmer Eugene, 124 
Williams, Ford Smith 
Williams, George Oga, 291 
Williams, Gordon Gerald 
Williams, Gregory Lynn, 169 
Williams, Helen F., 339 
Williams, Helen Powell, 97, 145, 310 
Williams, James Edward 



Williams, Jimmie Lee 
Williams, Joann, 325 
Williams, Joe Frank 
Williams, John Davis, 325 
Williams, John Hoyt, 167 
Williams, Jon Smith, 169, 310 
Williams, Judy Lynn, 139, 353 
Williams, Larry Michael, 325 
Williams, L. Wemyss, 310 
Williams, Louise Anne, 78, 143, 325 
Williams. Margaret Diane, 145, 310 
Williams, Martha Jane, 339 
Williams, Mary Eliz B. 
Williams, Mickey Ann, 89, 135, 191, 

353 
Williams, Murray L., Jr.. 339 
Williams, Olivia, 143, 353 
Williams, Polly F. 

Williams, Rebecca Faye, 147, 191, 353 
Williams, Richard Anthony 
Williams, Richard Clifton, 77, 88, 122, 

167, 325 
Williams, Robert Earl 
Williams. Robert R., Jr., 116, 187, 339 
Williams, Rudy Dewayne 
Williams, Sandra, 97, 141, 310 
Williams, Stirling Bacot, 67 
Williams, Thomas Edward 
Williams, Thomas Gary, 115, 353 
Williams, William Horace 
Williams, Woodrow Calvin, 339 
Williams, Yvonne Mary, 141, 353 
Williamson, Brenda Hill, 147, 353 
Williamson, James Kenneth, 113, 339 
Williamson, James Robert 
Williamson, Thomas Ed, 113 
Williamson, Walter Carroll, 157, 353 
Williford, Betty Claire 
Williford, Doxie Kent 
Williford, Evelyn R., 149. 310 
Willis, Franklin Delano. 310 
Willis, James R., Jr., 83, 310 
Willis, Kenneth C, 310 
Willis, Merrill Moore, 292 
Willis, Tommy Harold, 116 
Williston, Edward Bruce. 157, 325 
Williston, Elizabeth, 151, 353 
Wilmesherr, Edward Allen, 99, 183 
Wilson, Arzell 
Wilson, Barry, 115, 353 
Wilson, Barry Lee, 325 
Wilson, Cassandra Jane, 38, 68, 101, 

149, 339 
Wilson, Clyde H., Jr. 
Wilson, David Baxter 
Wilson, David Thomas 
Wilson, Fred Gillaspy, 77, 310 
Wilson, George Tully 
Wilson, Geraldine Eliz, 79 
Wilson, Jack D. 
Wilson, James Arntson, 171, 339 
Wilson, Richard James, 74, 310 
Wilson, Jerry Michael. 91 
Wilson, Joe Morgan, 325 
Wilson, Johannah Peterson 
Wilson, John Maxwell 
Wilson, Joseph Vandorn, 112, 157 
Wilson, Keith Allen, 115, 353 
Wilson, Le Dell, 325 
Wilson, Mary Lamar, 292 
Wilson, Missouri 
Wilson, Robert Benton 
Wilson, Robert Danley, 292 
Wilson, Sonja June, 137, 325 
Wilson, Wanda C, 339 
Wilson, William James, 325 
Wilson, William Roberts, Jr. 
Wiltrout, Randall Richard 
Wimberley, Henry Lewis 
Wimbish, Malcolm Russell 
Windels, Jane Elizabeth, 40, 97, 149, 

325 
Windels, Marty L., 97, 149, 191, 353 



Windham, Alys Jane, 151, 353 

Windham, Collins F. 

Windham, Helen Sue, 153, 353 

Windhamam, Kay M. D., 102, 325 

Windham, Ronald Ervin, 175, 339 

Windsor, Alton Eugene, 159, 339 

Windsor, Anita Sue, 43, 149, 325 

Winfield, James Eros 

Wing, Catherine 

Wing, Eugene John, 339 

Wing, Katie 

Wingo, William Thomas, 187, 353 

Winn, Eustace Harold, 116, 167, 353 

Winstead, Bobby Ray, 339 

Winston, Joseph Edmund 

Winter, Carol Dean, 353 

Winterholler, Richard A. 

Winther, Richard Lew, 119, 339 

Winthrop, John Robert, 40, 189, 339 

Winton, Marian Kay, 78 

Winton, Ralph S., 175, 339 

Wisdom, Carol Ann, 353 

Wise, Mark, 339 

Withers, Annie Yvonne, 353 

Winters, William Temple, 77, 88, 116, 

325 
Witt, Robert Wayne 
Wittorf, Richard Carl, 159, 325 
Witty, E. Elizabeth, 325 
Witty, Fred Marshall, 115, 171, 353 
Witty, Joseph B., Jr., 70, 171 
Wofford, Thomas Mark, 177, 339 
Wolf, Jimmy Lynn, 114 
Wolfe, Linda Sue 
Womack, David Lee 
Womack, Nancy Elaine, 97, 137, 353 
Womack, Nikki Gene, 310 
Womble, Patricia Louise, 339 
Wong, Andrew Chi-Wang, 353 
Wong, Bertha Joy 
Wong, John W., 91 
Wong, Rosalind Joy 
Wong, Steve She Dep, 115, 353 
Woo, Eddie Taw, 339 
Wood, Barbara Jean 
Wood, Don Taylor, 115, 179 
Wood, Donald F., 169 
Wood, Ethel Davis, 139, 325 
Wood, Genevieve Williams, 97, 339 
Wood, Hunter Gurney 
Wood, Janet, 102, 339 
Wood, Leon Firman 
Wood, Robert Floyd 
Wood, Sandra Lee, 310 
Wood, William Charles 
Woodall, James Edward, 112, 177 
Woodall, Tony William, 70, 185 
Woodard, Deborah Dean, 153, 353 
Woodard, Robert Melton, 157 
Woodbury, Barbara Joan, 97, 147. 310 
Woodbury, Nancy Elaine, 97, 147 
Woodliff, George Franklin, 70, 77, 159, 

339 
Woodroof, Minerva H., 145, 353 
Woods, James Arthur, 113, 181, 339 
Woods, James Clark, 70, 325 
Woods, Larry Arnold, 325 
Woods, Roy Patton 
Woods, Thomas Jefferson C, 339 
Woodside, Emily Rowley, 141, 310 
Woody, Michael Thomas 
Woody, Nancy Fenstermacher, 292 
Woody, Roy Houston, III, 63, 77, 310 
Woollard, Llewlee French, 353 
Woolly, Janis Sue, 97, 137, 325 
Wooten, Kenneth Lyle 
Wooten, Leila Laney, 105 
Word, Amos Jarman, 120, 353 
Worley, Bettye Sue 
Worley, Charlotte Coker 
Worley, Lloyd Douglas 
Worley, Patricia Ann, 325 



Worner, Frank Alban, III, 189 

Worner, Judith Ann, 40 

Worsham, Janis Elizabeth, 40. 143, 325 

Worthington, Victoria L„ 97, 339 

Wou, Edward 

Wright, Charles Willis. 181 

Wright, Cheryl Josephine, 353 

Wright, Clytie W. 

Wright, Dean Fairs 

Wright, Douglas Martin, 77. 88. 99, 

112, 325 
Wright, Eddy Howard, 90, 121, 339 
Wright, James Vance, 63 
Wright, Jane Hungerpiller 
Wright, Letitia Parham. ' 
Wright, Pamela Jo, 149, 339 
Wright, Robert Frankhn 
Wright, Robert Glenn. 167, 325 
Wunsch, Matthew J. 
Wylie, David Ebright 
Wylie, Alva Lewis, 117 
Wylie, Lana Jane 
Wylie, Walter Jay 
Wynn, Dennis Edward, 173 
Wynn, Patricia Strickland 



Xidaris, George Gus 



Yancey, Meek Lee 

Yancey, Samuel Ellis 

Yandell, Kathryn E., 149. 310 

Yang, Jong Horng 

Yao, Chering, 292 

Yarber, Clyde Reefy 

Yarber, Judy Gann 

Yarbrough, Joe W. 

Yates, Jere Lamar, 113, 167, 339 

Yates, Jerrel Keith 

Yates, Joseph W., Ill, 84, 292 

Yates, Juanita Bradford 

Yates, Margaret Gaines, 139, 339 

Yates, Thomas Daniel, 353 

Yau, Eddie Tin-Tai, 292 

Yawn, Emmett Rodney 

Yeates, John W., 

Yee, Albert Duke, 292 

Yee, Becky, 353 

Yeh, Junezoo 

Yelsik, Nancy M. 

Yerby, Kenneth William, 325 

Young, Bettie Rene, 153, 191, 339 

Young, Donnie Frank, 292 

Young, Harper Mathis, 116, 167, 353 

Young, John Richard, 292 

Young, Johnnie Nell, 151, 353 

Young, Kenneth W. 

Young, Lanora Jane, 153, 325 

Young, Marcia Janet, 97, 145, 353 

Young, Paula G., 96, 339 

Young, Robert J.. 77, 88, 310 

Young, Rodney W. 

Young, Roland Kenneth, 117, 353 

Youngblood, Robert J., 292 

Youngblood, William J. 

Younker, Grace Lavern, 353 

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Zach, Robert Anthony 
Zehnder, May Jean Lipe 
Zeidman, Arthur Martin, 325 
Zicarelli, Pat Anthony, 175, 325 
Zielinski, Alfred Michael, 112 
Zimberoff, Steven Joel 
Zoghby, Emile A.. 173, 310 
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The Last Word 



Editing the Ole Miss is a long task that takes one into every phase of campus life 
and every department of University Administration. To do a good job requires a staff 
that is loyal, dependable, and industrious; a student body that cooperates, and people 
who produce and accept nothing but the best. There are four people who fit into this 
last category, and I want to tell you about them. 

One is Irving Lloyd. He grew up in the Bronx, played right halfback for Columbia 
University, spent thirteen months as a prisoner of war in Korea, and is now the lead- 
ing authority on yearbook photography in the United States. He spent several weeks 
at Ole Miss taking pictures and working with our photographers. Mr. Lloyd gave his 
best and did far more than was expected to help produce a better Ole Miss. 

Bob Alexander of Grenada has been the official photographer for the Ole Miss 
beauties for ten years. This year Bob had to journey all the way to Biloxi to take the 
pictures of the beauties and favorites. As usual, his work was excellent. 

A former editor of the Ole Miss, Buddy Shaw is Vice President of Benson Printing 
Company, Inc. of Nashville, the firm that has printed the Ole Miss for over fifty 
years. Because he wanted to see Ole Miss put out a really good book, Buddy extended 
his patience and cooperation further than someone in his position should. 

The only one of the four directly connected with the University is Horace Lester, 
editor of the 1966 Ole Miss and now a student. For eight months Horace worked 
on a series of computer programs which not only compiled ninety per cent of the 
identification in this book, but were so versatile that any information that was needed 
by the staff could be obtained quickly and easily. 

Of course, these four are not all those to whom I owe thanks. But these gave much 
of their time and used all of their ability; without their contribution, this yearbook 
would not have been possible. 

The Editor 



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